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    DO NOT modify this unit or commission others to do so unless specifically authorized by Yamaha. Prod- uct performance and/or safety standards may be dimin- ished. Claims filed under the expressed warranty may be denied if the unit is/has been modified.

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    YAMAHA CORPORATION MADE IN JAPAN manuel sont correctes au moment de l’impression. PATENTS Cependant, Yamaha se réserve le droit de changer ou de modifier toute caractéristique sans avis préalable ni obli- Modèle ________________________________________ gation de mettre à jour les appareils existants.

  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    (where applica- manufacturer. ble) are well secured BEFORE using. Benches sup- plied by Yamaha are designed for seating only. No Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, other uses are recommended. bracket, or table specified by the...

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    – Connectez des haut-parleurs de 2A ou moins au total. Ne gies, sur l’appareil. connectez aucun autre produit excepté des haut-parleurs. – Consultez le technicien de service Yamaha quand des prises sont utilisées en dehors du secteur d’achet. VEUILLEZ CONSERVER CE MANUEL...

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    The control unit is classified as a Class 1 laser product. One of the labels below is located on the inside of the CD drive unit. L’unité de commande est classée produit laser de Classe 1. Une des étiquettes ci-dessous ou une étiquette similaire se trouve à l’intérieur du lecteur de CD.

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    If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620 The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.

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    Mounting the Control Unit to the Grand Piano Installation du boîtier de commande sur un piano à queue Leave 5 mm of the shank (1) Remove the four screws from the sides of the (1) Retirer les quatre vis sur les côtés du boîtier de control unit.

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    (4) (5) (4) Fit the “slots” of the metal suspension bracket (4) Glisser les « fentes » du support métallique containing the control unit to the screws contenant le boîtier de commande sur les vis mentioned in step (3). mentionnées à l’étape (3). (5) After mounting the control unit, push the (5) Après avoir installé...

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    Mounting an Optional USB Floppy Disk Drive to the Grand Piano Installation d’unité de disquette USB optionnelle sur le piano à queue USB cable Câble USB Adhesive tape Ruban adhésif (1) Remove the backing papers from the adhesive (1) Enlevez les papiers arrière du ruban adhésif à tape inside the case, and fit the floppy disk l’intérieur du boîtier et insérez l’unité...

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    Classic Operation manual...

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    10-1 Nakazawa-cho, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, 430-8650, JAPAN Piano Development Department, Yamaha Corporation The source code will be provided at no charge; however, we may require you to reimburse Yamaha for the cost of delivering the source code to you. The source code download is also available on the following website: http://download.yamaha.com/sourcecodes/disklavier_e3/...

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    Important Precautions Read the following before operating the Disklavier. ■ Warnings ■ Cautions • Do not locate the Disklavier in a place subject to • Turn off all audio devices when connecting to excessive heat, low temperatures, or direct the Disklavier. Refer to the user’s guide for each sunlight.

  • Page 14: Handling Batteries

    ■ Interference • When the battery-powered unit is not going to be used for a prolonged period of time, remove the • The Disklavier uses high-frequency digital dry batteries from the unit. Otherwise the circuits that may cause interference to radios batteries will run down and their electrolyte may and TVs placed close to it.

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Quick Reference Playing Back Songs in a Different Key (Transposition) ............ 31 Learning about the Control Unit ......1 Repeating Song Playback ........32 Learning about Media ..........1 Repeating a Specific Section of a Song Turning Your Disklavier On ........2 (A-B Repeat) ............

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    Rearranging the Order of Albums ......71 Hooking Up MIDI Devices ......... 108 Managing Songs ..........72 Setting the Disklavier for MIDI Data Making Copies of Songs ........73 Reception ............109 Deleting Songs.............74 Setting the Disklavier for MIDI Data Renaming a Song ..........75 Transmission .............

  • Page 17: Quick Reference

    (such as PianoSoft•PlusAudio, etc) that allows you to store song data. USB Flash Memory Note: Yamaha does not assure the operation of commercially available USB flash You can also use commercially available memories. USB flash memory to store song data.

  • Page 18: Turning Your Disklavier On

    Quick Reference: Starting Turning Your Disklavier On Turning Your Disklavier On Connect the Disklavier to mains. Turn your Disklavier on. [ ON/OFF ] >> >> Your Disklavier is now ready for use! When You Finish … Shut your Disklavier down. [ ON/OFF ] L earn More? To put the Disklavier into the standby mode...

  • Page 19: Listening To A Cd Included With The Disklavier

    Quick Reference: Listening to a Song Listening to a CD included with the Disklavier Listening to a CD included with the Disklavier Load a CD. [ EJECT ] >> >> CD tray on the Media Center Select “CD” as the playback source. [ SELECT ] [ CURSOR ] [ ENTER ]...

  • Page 20: Listening To A Free Disklavierradio™ Channel

    Turn the DisklavierRadio on! [ ENTER ] [ SELECT ] To use a subscriber-only DisklavierRadio channel >> See page 97 L earn More? To mute the DisklavierRadio >> See page 30 To find out more about the DisklavierRadio >> See http://services.music.yamaha.com/radio/...

  • Page 21: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Introduction Chapter Features The Disklavier E3 Classic offers the valuable features that open up your musical possibility to explore. Here are brief explanations of such features: Advanced Features for Your Listening Pleasure • Special music CDs, contain over 17 hours of fantastic music, let you start listening on the day the Disklavier E3 Classic arrives at your home.

  • Page 22: Names Of Parts And Their Functions

    Chapter Introduction Names of Parts and Their Functions ■ Control Unit — Front Panel [ON/OFF] button Cursor/[ENTER] buttons Turns on or shuts down the Disklavier. Press once Cursor: Used to select options and parameters. to turn it on, and once again to shut it down. Press this button inclining USB port slightly upward/downward/left/...

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    Chapter Introduction ■ Control Unit — Rear Panel USB TO DEVICE port MIDI OUT terminal Used to connect a USB flash memory, an optional Used to connect external MIDI equipment for USB floppy disk drive, etc. outputting MIDI data. LAN port MIDI IN terminal Used to connect to the Internet.

  • Page 24: Remote Control

    Chapter Introduction ■ Remote Control  [ON/STANDBY] button [RECORD] button ( page 49) Turns on the Disklavier or puts it in the standby Used to engage the record standby mode before mode. recording starts.  Number keypad [PLAY] button ( page 24) Used for direct album/song selection and to enter a Used to start playback.

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    Chapter Introduction  [BACK] button [PAUSE] button ( page 25) Used to cancel the selection, and return to the Used to pause playback. previous screen.  [STOP] button ( page 25)  [VOLUME] buttons ( page 30) Used to stop playback and recording. Used to adjust the volume.

  • Page 26: Monitor Speaker

    Chapter Introduction ■ Monitor Speaker HIGH LINE LOW/HIGH volume controls LINE1/2 volume controls Adjust the base/treble sound volume. Adjust the sound volume for each line input. Note: For normal use, turn down the LINE2 volume completely, Power indicator and turn up the LINE1 volume at the three o’clock Lights up while the speaker is turned on.

  • Page 27: Basic Disklavier Terminology

    The disk compatibility between MIDI devices. When a song includes songs for listening enjoyment, piano study in the Yamaha XG format is played on another XG disks for the piano student, and accompaniment compatible tone generator or synthesizer, it will disks for vocal and instrumental practice.

  • Page 28: Getting Started

    Getting Started Chapter Connecting the Control Unit Make sure that the cables extending from the piano is connected to the Note: The cables should be connected to appropriate connectors or jacks on the rear panel of the control unit. the control unit when the Disklavier is installed.

  • Page 29: Using The Remote Control

    Chapter Getting Started Using the Remote Control The Disklavier is equipped with a remote control which allows convenient control from almost anywhere in the room. This chapter provides notes on handling the remote control. ■ Installing Batteries in the Remote Control Before the remote control can be used, the two batteries supplied with the Disklavier must be installed.

  • Page 30: Turning On The Disklavier

    Chapter Getting Started ■ Using the Remote Control To use the remote control, point it at the remote control sensor on the control unit. Approx. 5 m (16 ft.) 30˚ 30˚ 30˚ 30˚ 30˚ 30˚ Turning On the Disklavier Make sure that the main switch on the power supply unit is turned on.

  • Page 31: Setting The Internal Calendar

    Chapter Getting Started Press [ON/OFF] on the control unit.  While the control unit is in the standby mode, you can also turn on See Chapter 2 “Getting Started – the Disklavier by pressing [ON/STANDBY] on the remote control. Turning Off the Disklavier (Standby Mode)”...

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    Chapter Getting Started Select “TimeZone” with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [ENTER]. =SYSTEM MENU= (1/2) Clock Adj. TimeZone Backup Restore The time zone setup screen appears. = ime Zone= -+EN imeZone=GM +0 Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change the time zone. = ime Zone= -+EN imeZone=GM +2...

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    Chapter Getting Started ■ Calendar Select “Clock Adj.” with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [ENTER]. =SYSTEM MENU= (1/2) Clock Adj. TimeZone Backup Restore The current date and time appear. =Clock Adjust= 009/01/01 13:54:30 Press [ENTER]. The time setup screen appears with the cursor flashing on the hours display.

  • Page 34: Turning Off The Disklavier (standby Mode)

    Chapter Getting Started Turning Off the Disklavier (Standby Mode) Note: Press [ON/STANDBY] on the remote control. Press [ON/STANDBY] on the remote control to turn the Disklavier The ending screen appears, and [ON/OFF] on the control unit lights back on. red. See you again Shutting Down the Disklavier Note:...

  • Page 35: Compatible File Format

    Standard MIDI File format 1 for playback only. The name of the file should have an extension as “.MID” or “.mid.” E-SEQ Format developed by Yamaha, for playback only. The name of the file should have an extension as “.FIL” or “.fil.” Basic Precautions for Using CDs ■...

  • Page 36: Chapter 3 Basic Song Playback

    Basic Song Playback Chapter Types of Playable Software PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus When piano songs such as those contained in PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus software are played back on the Disklavier, the piano parts are actually played by the Disklavier keyboard, and the keys move up and down as though they were being played by an invisible performer.

  • Page 37: Selecting Medium And Their Contents

    Chapter Basic Song Playback Selecting Medium and Their Contents [SELECT] Insert a desired medium. CD eject button USB flash memory USB port Press [SELECT]. The media selection screen appears with the current selected medium highlighted. =MEDIA SELECT=  Memory  Control unit Remote control Select a desired medium with the cursor buttons ([...

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    Chapter Basic Song Playback Press [ENTER] or [ The album selection screen appears. =ALBUM SELECT=  01:50 Greats for t Note: Select a desired album with the cursor buttons ([ The maximum number of the selectable albums in a medium is 99. =ALBUM SELECT= Note: 01:50 Greats for t...

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    Chapter Basic Song Playback ■ Song Playback Screen Here are a few things that you will often see during playback. Memory LR SO V+00 A02-001 iano Sonate <00:00> Media Song Format The selected medium is displayed here. The format of the selected song is displayed here. Display Description Album/Song Number...

  • Page 40: Using The Number Keypad

    Chapter Basic Song Playback Using the Number Keypad Album or song selection screen Number button You can also select albums or songs directly with the number keypad on the remote control. Note: Press the corresponding number button, then press If you enter a number higher than [ENTER].

  • Page 41: Stopping Playback

    Chapter Basic Song Playback Stopping Playback During playback [STOP] Press [STOP]. Control unit Remote control Playback stops, and the song returns to the beginning. [PLAY/PAUSE] on the control unit turns off, and the counter is reset to “00:00” or “001-1.” Pausing Playback During playback [PAUSE]...

  • Page 42: Fast Preview & Review

    Chapter Basic Song Playback Fast Preview & Review During playback [FORWARD] or [REVERSE] During playback, fast preview and review allow you to quickly search Note: No sound is produced by the piano through a song while listening to the sound. This is useful for locating a when fast-previewing or reviewing desired position within a song.

  • Page 43: Fast Forward & Reverse

    Chapter Basic Song Playback Fast Forward & Reverse Stop or pause mode [FORWARD] or [REVERSE] In the stop or pause mode, fast forward and reverse allow you to quickly locate a desired position in a song. Reverse can also be used to return a song to the beginning, ready to play again.

  • Page 44: Searching A Specific Section Of A Song

    Chapter Basic Song Playback Searching a Specific Section of a Song During playback or stop/pause mode [SEARCH] Playback can be started from a specified point in a song. Instead of using fast forward or preview, you can use this function to go directly to a desired point within a song.

  • Page 45: Listening To The Disklavierradio

    Chapter Basic Song Playback Listening to the DisklavierRadio Media selection screen “D-Radio”  You can listen to streaming broadcasts of music, with many channels of To enjoy the DisklavierRadio, first music contents. you need to connect to the Internet. See Chapter 9 “Internet Direct Connection (IDC) –...

  • Page 46: Adjusting The Volume

    Chapter Basic Song Playback ■ Muting the Sound Note: Press [PAUSE] or [STOP]. Streaming broadcasts continue during muting. Therefore, the song “MUTE” appears on the upper right of the screen. broadcasted when releasing muting may differ from the one when muting.

  • Page 47: Chapter 4 Advanced Song Playback

    Advanced Song Playback Chapter Changing the Playback Tempo [TEMPO –] or [TEMPO +] You can speed up or slow down the playback tempo. Slowing down the Note: You cannot change the playback playback tempo can be useful when practicing a difficult piano part. tempo of songs on audio CDs.

  • Page 48: Repeating Song Playback

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Press [TRANSPOSE –] or [TRANSPOSE +] on the remote control. The transposition setting screen appears. =Memory= TRANS-/0/+ TRANS +01key Note: Press [TRANSPOSE –] or [TRANSPOSE +] to change the You can also use the dial on the key.

  • Page 49: Repeating A Specific Section Of A Song (a-b Repeat)

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Press [PLAY] to start repeat playback. To cancel the repeat mode, press [REPEAT] until “OFF” appears on the screen. Repeating a Specific Section of a Song (A-B Repeat) During playback [A-B] In the A-B repeat, playback is repeated between two specified points in a song: point A and point B.

  • Page 50: Playing Back Only The Desired Piano Part

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Note: To cancel the A-B repeat, press [A-B] so that “OFF” The A-B repeat is cancelled if you flashes on the screen. escape from the A-B repeat setting screen by other operations. Memory 01:38> OFF Flashes Pressing [BACK] also cancels the point setting, and returns to the song playback screen.

  • Page 51: Adjusting The Volume Balance Among The Keyboard Playing, Ensemble Sound, And Software Playback

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback ■ Cancelling the Pedal Part On the part cancellation screen, press [ ] to select “P=.” =Piano Part= L=ON R=OFF P=ON Press [–/NO] to cancel a pedal part. =Piano Part= L=ON R=OFF P=OFF To replay the pedal part, press [+/YES] with the cursor is on “P=.”...

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    Chapter Advanced Song Playback ■ Adjusting the TG Balance Press [BALANCE] on the remote control. The TG balance setting screen appears. =BALANCE= TG BALANCE 100 Note: Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to adjust the volume of the tone You can also use the dial on the generator.

  • Page 53: Adjusting The Pitch Of Audio

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback ■ Adjusting the Voice Balance Press [BALANCE] three times on the remote control. The voice balance setting screen appears. =BALANCE= VOICE BALANCE 100 ×3 Note: Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to adjust the volume of the voice. You can also use the dial on the control unit to adjust the volume.

  • Page 54: Adjusting The L/r Balance Of Audio

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Adjusting the L/R Balance of Audio During playback [FUNC.] You can temporarily adjust the L/R balance of an audio CD. Balance adjustments are effective until another song is selected, recording is started, or the Disklavier is turned off. During the song playback, press [FUNC.] several times.

  • Page 55: Using The Timer Play

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Using the Timer Play [SETUP] “TimerPlay” You can program your Disklavier to start or stop playback of a song at Note: The internal calendar must be set in various specified times. All you need to do is register up to a maximum of advance in order for the timer play 99 timer settings, and your Disklavier will perform them unattended.

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    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Press [ ] and [ ] to select the desired program number. The cursor moves to the function parameter. Press [ ] and [ ] to move the cursor to the function parameter, then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the desired function.

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    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Press [ ] to move the cursor to the day parameter, then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the desired day. _?=] =TimerPlay= >TimerPlay=ON 01[M-F ##:## PLAY Mem01] The following day settings are available: The timer play functions on every day of the week. The timer play functions only on Monday.

  • Page 58: Skipping The Blank Part At The Beginning Of A Song

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback ■ About Song Playback Screen When the song playback is stopped — with the timer play function is set to ON and the current time is displayed — “T” flashes to the right side of the current time.

  • Page 59: Video Synchronized Playback

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Press [ENTER] to return to the setup menu screen. Video Synchronized Playback  You can enjoy piano playback with the video recorded on the DVD For details on video synchronized recorder. recording, see Chapter 7 “Advanced Recording –...

  • Page 60: Adding Disklavier Accompaniment To Commercial Cd Songs (pianosmart™ Playback)

    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Adding Disklavier Accompaniment to Commercial CD Songs (PianoSmart™ Playback) Insert a CD Select a SmartPianoSoft song [PLAY]  You can add a Disklavier piano performance you recorded or on To record the piano performance to commercially available SmartPianoSoft software to the playback of songs add, see Chapter 7 “Advanced on your favorite CDs.

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    Chapter Advanced Song Playback Press [PLAY]. Playback stops, and the key to play next moves slightly. Key moves slightly The key to play flashes in the counter. SK LR V+00 A05-001 achelbel s <C3 > Flashes Play the key that the keyboard indicates. This will continue until the song is finished.

  • Page 62: Advanced Piano Playing

    Advanced Piano Playing Chapter Playing the Disklavier along with the Internal Metronome [METRONOME] The internal metronome helps you playing along the meter (beat) and the Note: The tempo parameter displayed on tempo you set. Also the volume of the metronome can be adjusted. the metronome setting screen indicates the number of beats in a minute, and one beat represents a...

  • Page 63: Playing The Disklavier With An Ensemble Voice

    Chapter Advanced Piano Playing To change the volume, move the cursor to the volume parameter (“VOLUME”) with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO]. _?=] =METRONOME= TEMPO=125bpm =3/4 VOLUME= VOLUME= SOUND=BUZZER The volume can be adjusted in 4 steps. To change the sound, move the cursor to the sound parameter (“SOUND”) with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].

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    Chapter Advanced Piano Playing Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select a voice group. Changing the voice group displays the top voice of that group in the voice parameters. =VOICE= roup=02<ChromaticPerc> Voice=040<Celesta >[X ] To change the voice, press [ ] to move the cursor to the voice parameter (“Voice”), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].

  • Page 65: Basic Recording

    Basic Recording Chapter A song that you play on the Disklavier can be recorded and the recorded song can be easily saved for the selected medium. Furthermore, you can title your new recording for simple distinguish before recording. Recording a New Song [RECORD] You can save a new song that you play for an album.

  • Page 66: Titling A Song At The Start Of Recording

    Chapter Basic Recording Titling a Song at the Start of Recording [RECORD] [FUNC.]×2 Title a new song before you start recording.  Select a destination medium and album. To select a medium and album, see Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback – Selecting Medium and Their Contents”...

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    Chapter Basic Recording ■ Entering Characters How to Enter Characters with the Remote Control The following illustration shows how to enter characters with the remote control. Number keypad Overwrites a number. [SEARCH] button Overwrites a dot (.). [REVERSE] button Deletes a character. The characters on the right of the deleted one move to the left for one character space.

  • Page 68: Advanced Recording

    Advanced Recording Chapter This chapter describes further functions for the advanced piano recording such as playing and measuring the current playing song tempo with the metronome, recording the left-hand part and the right-hand part separately. Recording with the Internal Metronome [METRONOME] [RECORD] You can use the metronome to record songs.

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    Chapter Advanced Recording To change the volume, move the cursor to the volume parameter (“VOLUME”) with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO]. _?=] =METRONOME= TEMPO=125bpm =3/4 VOLUME= VOLUME= SOUND=BUZZER The volume can be adjusted in 4 steps. To change the sound, move the cursor to the sound parameter (“SOUND”) with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO].

  • Page 70: Recording The Left And Right Parts Separately

    Chapter Advanced Recording Recording the Left and Right Parts Separately [RECORD] [FUNC.] When recording an L/R song, the left- and right-hand parts can be recorded separately. Either part can be recorded first, and the pedals can be recorded with the first part. While you record the second part, the first part will play back for monitoring.

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    Chapter Advanced Recording Press [RECORD]. Press [ ] and [ ] to select the L/R song with the left- hand part that you have just recorded, then press [ENTER]. Press [FUNC.] in the recording standby screen. The part selection screen appears. =Memory= L=PLY R=OFF The part that has already been recorded is displayed as “L=PLY.”...

  • Page 72: Recording The Left And Right Parts Together (setting A Split Point)

    Chapter Advanced Recording Press [STOP] when you finish playing your song. The following screen appears. =Memory=  Save to Disk? *SAVE *NEW *CANCEL The following table gives a description of each of the options. Option Description SAVE The second part is saved with the first part under the current song number, overwriting the previously saved first part.

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    Chapter Advanced Recording Press [PART SELECT R] to set both parts to record. The split point setting screen appears. =Memory= LR=REC SPLIT=C3 The above display shows that the default keyboard split point is note C3, or middle C. In this case, note C3 and notes below are saved as the left-hand part and notes above C3 are saved as the right-hand part, as shown in the following figure.

  • Page 74: Re-recording One Part

    Chapter Advanced Recording Re-Recording One Part [RECORD] Select the L/R song [PART SELECT L] or [PART SELECT R] You can re-record the only one part left-hand or the right-hand of the existing L/R song.  Select a desired medium and album. To select a medium and album, see Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback –...

  • Page 75: Changing The Default Tempo

    Chapter Advanced Recording The following table gives a description of each of the options. Option Description SAVE The re-recorded part is saved with the other existing part under the current song number, overwriting the selected part. The re-recorded part is saved under a new song number.

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    Chapter Advanced Recording Press [ ] and [ ] to select the song in which you want to change the tempo, then press [ENTER]. Press [FUNC.] three times. ×3 For measures and beats, the current song tempo (bpm) is shown. Note: You cannot change the beat setting =Memory=...

  • Page 77: Video Synchronized Recording

    Chapter Advanced Recording Press [ ] and [ ] to select an option, then press [ENTER]. To change the tempo again or to reset the original tempo, repeat steps 1 to 6. Video Synchronized Recording [SETUP] “AudioI/O” Connect a camcorder and a DVD recorder ...

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    Chapter Advanced Recording Select “OMNI IN” with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting to “Auto Detect”. =AudioI/O= OMNI IN=AutoDetect OMNI IN Vol=100 Select “OMNI OUT” with the cursor buttons ([ then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting to “SYNC”.

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    Chapter Advanced Recording ■ Starting Video Synchronized Recording  Select a destination medium and album. To select a medium and album, see Chapter 3 “Basic Song Playback – Selecting Medium and Their Contents” on page 21. Press [RECORD]. The video synchronized recording standby screen appears, and [RECORD] on the control unit lights red, and [PLAY/PAUSE] flashed in green.

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    Chapter Advanced Recording ■ Using the Camcorder only If your camcorder has both mic input and audio output, you can perform video synchronized recording using the camcorder only. 1. Set the Disklavier following the procedures 1 to 5 on page 61. 2.

  • Page 81: Cd Synchronized Recording

    Chapter Advanced Recording CD Synchronized Recording Insert an audio CD [RECORD] You can record a Disklavier piano performance along with the playback of songs on commercial CDs. Note: Select a destination medium and album, then song in the The Disklavier recognizes the selected album.

  • Page 82: Chapter 8 Media Management

    Media Management Chapter This chapter describes how to manage contents inside the media, such as managing albums, songs and playlists. Managing Albums Album selection screen [FUNC.]  You can use the album function menu for creating, deleting and copying To select a album, see Chapter 3 albums inside a medium.

  • Page 83

    Chapter Media Management Select “CopyAlbum” in the album function menu, then press [ENTER]. =ALBUM MENU= (1/2) *CopyAlbum *DeleteAlbum *NewAlbum *RenameAlbum The CopyAlbum screen appears. =CopyAlbum= -+ENT 1:Pops Selection Memory >(NewAlbum) Select a destination medium with [+/YES] and [–/NO]. =CopyAlbum= -+ENT 1:Pops Selection USB1 >(NewAlbum)

  • Page 84: Deleting Albums

    Chapter Media Management Press [+/YES] to make a copy, [–/NO] to cancel. =CopyAlbum= =CopyAlbum= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the album selection screen. Deleting Albums Album selection screen [FUNC.] “DeleteAlbum”...

  • Page 85: Creating A New Album

    Chapter Media Management Creating a New Album Album selection screen [FUNC.] “NewAlbum” You can create a new album into the selected medium. Note: Up to 99 albums can be created in a This function is available for albums on [Memory], [USB1] and [USB2]. medium.

  • Page 86: Renaming An Album

    Chapter Media Management Press [+/YES] to create a new album, [–/NO] to cancel. =NewAlbum= =NewAlbum= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the album selection screen. Renaming an Album Album selection screen [FUNC.] “RenameAlbum”...

  • Page 87: Rearranging The Order Of Albums

    Chapter Media Management Press [ENTER]. “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen. =RenameAlbum=OK? YES/NO 1:Jazz Selection Press [+/YES] to rename, [–/NO] to cancel. =RenameAlbum= =RenameAlbum= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return the album selection screen. Rearranging the Order of Albums Album selection screen [FUNC.]...

  • Page 88: Managing Songs

    Chapter Media Management Press [ENTER]. “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen. =SortAlbum= OK? YES/NO 08:Mike Garson Trio-Live 06:Favorite Latin Select Press [+/YES] to rearrange, [–/NO] to cancel. =SortAlbum= =SortAlbum= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the album selection screen.

  • Page 89: Making Copies Of Songs

    Chapter Media Management Making Copies of Songs Song selection screen [FUNC.] “CopySong” You can copy songs stored on an album to another. Note: Copy-protected songs, such as This function is available for song in the album on [Memory], [CD](CD- PianoSoft songs, cannot be copied to ROM), [USB1], [USB2] and [FromToPC].

  • Page 90: Deleting Songs

    Chapter Media Management Press [+/YES] to make a copy, [–/NO] to cancel. =CopySong= =CopySong= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the song selection screen. Deleting Songs Song selection screen [FUNC.] “DeleteSong”...

  • Page 91: Renaming A Song

    Chapter Media Management Renaming a Song Song selection screen [FUNC.] “RenameSong” You can rename the songs which already named. This function is available for songs in the album on [Memory], [USB1], [USB2] and [FromToPC]. Select “RenameSong” in the song function menu, then press [ENTER].

  • Page 92: Rearranging The Order Of Songs

    Chapter Media Management Press [+/YES] to rename, [–/NO] to cancel. =RenameSong= =RenameSong= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the song selection screen. Rearranging the Order of Songs Song selection screen [FUNC.] “SortSong”...

  • Page 93: Converting Song Format

    Chapter Media Management Press [ENTER]. “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen. =SortSong= OK? YES/NO 008:Interaction 006:Toccata and Fugue Press [+/YES] to rearrange, [–/NO] to cancel. =SortSong= =SortSong= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the song selection screen.

  • Page 94: Changing The Counter Display

    Chapter Media Management Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select a song format. =ConvertSong= -+ENT 001:Song For Students SMF0 Piano1 This following options are available: Option Song Format E-SEQ E-SEQ format SMF0 SMF (Standard MIDI File) format 0 SMF1 SMF (Standard MIDI File) format 1 Piano1 E-SEQ format to play on all Disklavier in correct tempo Press [ENTER].

  • Page 95: Converting Midi Data To A Standard Form (strip Xp)

    Chapter Media Management Select “Counter” in the song function menu, then press [ENTER]. =SONG MENU= (2/2) AddToPList ConvertSong Counter Strip XP The CounterChange screen appears. =CounterChange= 001:Song For Students TIME METRONOME TIME: minutes and seconds display METRONOME: measures and beats display Press [ENTER].

  • Page 96: Managing Playlists

    Chapter Media Management Select “Strip XP” in the song function menu, then press [ENTER]. =SONG MENU= (2/2) AddToPList ConvertSong Counter Strip XP The Strip XP screen appears. =Strip XP= 8:XP Song Press [ENTER]. “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen. =Strip XP= OK? YES/NO 8:XP Song...

  • Page 97: Adding Songs/albums To The Playlist

    Chapter Media Management Adding Songs/Albums to the Playlist Media selection screen “Memory” Album or song selection screen [FUNC.] “AddToPList” This function is available only for songs/albums on [Memory]. Note: Up to 999 songs can be added to a playlist. Note: Select “AddToPList”...

  • Page 98: Deleting A Playlist

    Chapter Media Management Deleting a Playlist Media selection screen “Playlist” Album selection screen [FUNC.] “DeleteList” You can delete the playlists which already registered. Note: Even if you delete the playlist, songs or albums added to that playlist remain in the internal flash memory. Select “DeleteList”...

  • Page 99: Creating A New Playlist

    Chapter Media Management Creating a New Playlist Media selection screen “Playlist” Album selection screen [FUNC.] “NewList” You can create a new playlist for playing back your favorite songs in your Note: Up to 99 playlists can be created. selected order. Note: Select “NewList”...

  • Page 100: Renaming A Playlist

    Chapter Media Management Note: Press [+/YES] to create a new playlist, [–/NO] to cancel. The new playlist created in this procedure can be selected from =NewList= =NewList= “Playlist” in the media selection Executing... Completed. screen. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the album selection screen for the playlist.

  • Page 101: Managing Media

    Chapter Media Management Press [ENTER]. “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen. =RenameList= OK? YES/NO My Best Hit Collection Press [+/YES] to rename, [–/NO] to cancel. =RenameList= =RenameList= Executing... Completed. Press any button. After a while, the completion message appears. Press any button to return to the album selection screen for the playlist.

  • Page 102: Making Copies Of The Entire Contents In A Medium

    Chapter Media Management Making Copies of the Entire Contents in a Medium Media selection screen [FUNC.] “CopyAll”  You can copy the entire contents in a medium to the another medium. To select a medium, see Chapter 3 The function is available for [Memory], [CD](CD-ROM), [USB1], [USB2] “Basic Song Playback –...

  • Page 103: Deleting The Entire Contents In A Medium

    Chapter Media Management Deleting the Entire Contents in a Medium Media selection screen [FUNC.] “DeleteAll”  You can delete the entire contents in a medium. To select a medium, see Chapter 3 This function is available for [Memory], [USB1], [USB2] and [FromToPC]. “Basic Song Playback –...

  • Page 104: Copying Song File From A Personal Computer To The Disklavier

    Chapter Media Management Copying Song File from a Personal Computer to the Disklavier You can copy song files from a Windows or Macintosh computer to a Note: Copy-protected files, such as special folder on the Disklavier called [FromToPC] and then play them on PianoSoft and PianoSoft·Plus songs, the Disklavier.

  • Page 105

    Chapter Media Management ■ For Windows Note: On the computer screen, click [Start] and then select [My [Dkv******] differs depending on Network Places]. each Disklavier. The [My Network Places] window appears. Confirm that the [Dkv******] icon is shown in the [My Network Places] window. Note: Double-click the [Dkv*******] icon.

  • Page 106

    Chapter Media Management ■ For Mac OS X 10.3 or 10.4 Click the [Finder] icon in the dock, and then click the [Network] icon in the left side of the window. The [Network] window appears. Confirm that the [Dkv] icon is shown in the [Network] window.

  • Page 107

    Chapter Media Management ■ For Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6 Note: Click the [Finder] icon in the dock, and then select [Go] [Dkv******] differs depending on and then [Network] from the menu bar. each Disklavier. The [Network] window appears. Confirm that the [Dkv******] icon is shown in the [Network] window.

  • Page 108: Refreshing The Contents In [fromtopc]

    Chapter Media Management Refreshing the Contents in [FromToPC] Media selection screen “FromToPC” [FUNC.] “Refresh”  You must refresh the contents in the [FromToPC] folder after copying song To select a medium, see Chapter 3 files from a personal computer, in order to play them on the Disklavier. “Basic Song Playback –...

  • Page 109: Formatting The Floppy Disk (optional)

    Chapter Media Management Formatting the Floppy Disk (Optional) Select the floppy disk [FUNC.] “Format” In the case of using the unformatted floppy disk on the floppy drive Important: Formatting a floppy disk erases all (optional) or deleting the entire contents on the floppy disk, format the data that stored in the disk, so make floppy disk.

  • Page 110: Making Backups Of Songs

    You can make a backup copy of the songs and playlists. In order to protect Note: Be sure to use the USB medium your valuable music data, Yamaha strongly recommends that you backup described in Chapter 2 “Getting your memory on regular basis.

  • Page 111: Restoring The Backups

    Chapter Media Management Select “Backup” with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [ENTER]. =SYSTEM MENU= (1/2) Clock Adj. TimeZone Backup Restore The Backup screen appears. =Backup= ake a backup copy to an external USB medium. Press [ENTER]. “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen. =Backup= OK? YES/NO Backup song data?

  • Page 112

    Chapter Media Management Select “Restore” with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [ENTER]. =SYSTEM MENU= (1/2) Clock Adj. TimeZone Backup Restore The Restore screen appears. = estore= estore song data from USB medium. Press [ENTER]. “OK?” flashes in the first line of the screen. =Restore= OK? YES/NO Restore this data?

  • Page 113: Chapter 9 Internet Direct Connection (idc)

    IDC service with any other Please register at the following website: instrument (such as the Clavinova), https://member.yamaha.com/myproduct/regist/ you do not need to register again. You can use your ID and password Once you have an IDC account, you will interact with that account using obtained through that registration.

  • Page 114

    Chapter Internet Direct Connection (IDC) ■ Connecting the Control Unit to the Internet Note: Depending on the contract with your Internet provider, you may not be Connection example 1: able to connect two or more devices (for example, a computer and the Using a modem with router function Disklavier) to the Internet.

  • Page 115: Accessing The Internet

    The purchaser acknowledges that connection to the Internet and use of the Disklavier E3 Classic Internet features is done at the risk of the purchaser. In no event shall Yamaha, its subsidiaries or Yamaha’s and/or its subsidiaries’...

  • Page 116: Checking Your Account Information

    Chapter Internet Direct Connection (IDC) Press [INTERNET] on the remote control. The Internet menu screen appears. =Internet= (1/1) *D-Radio *MyAccount *Update Select a desired menu with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [ENTER]. Perform operations on the screen that appears. Checking Your Account Information [INTERNET] “MyAccount”...

  • Page 117: Updating The Disklavier Using The Internet

    Chapter Internet Direct Connection (IDC) Select “MyAccount” with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [ENTER]. =Internet= (1/1) *D-Radio *MyAccount *Update The MyAccount screen appears. =MyAccount= 1:Account Information 2:Subscription Status Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([ then press [ENTER]. Perform operations on the screen that appears.

  • Page 118

    Chapter Internet Direct Connection (IDC) Select “Update” with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [ENTER]. =Internet= (1/1) *D-Radio *MyAccount *Update The update screen appears if there is any update program available. = pdate= pdate Available ------------------------ You can scroll the screen up or down with the cursor buttons ([ Following the instructions on the screen, select the option with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press...

  • Page 119: Setting The Disklavier For The Internet Connection

    Chapter Internet Direct Connection (IDC) Setting the Disklavier for the Internet Connection [SETUP] “Network”  You can change various settings related to the Internet connection. In most To use the Internet connection, cases, you do not have to change the default factory settings. inquire of your Internet service provider.

  • Page 120: Initializing Internet Settings

    Chapter Internet Direct Connection (IDC) Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([ ]), then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting. If you select “Information” on the network setting screen, the current network setting appears. To return to the network setting screen, press [ENTER] after confirming.

  • Page 121: Chapter 10 Enhancing The Disklavier By Hooking Up Other Devices

    Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Chapter Up Other Devices Hooking Up Audio Equipment If you connect the Disklavier to an audio system, you can hear the sound played/played back on the Disklavier from the connected audio system, and the sound played back on the connected audio system from the Disklavier.

  • Page 122: Setting The Disklavier For Audio Data Reception/transmission

    Chapter Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices Setting the Disklavier for Audio Data Reception/Transmission [SETUP] “AudioI/O” You can select the kind of the incoming/outgoing audio signals. The following options should be set up in advance. OMNI IN Selects the appropriate option to match the incoming data input to the OMNI (SYNC) IN jacks.

  • Page 123

    Chapter Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices SYNC IN Offset Adjusts the length of the offset time that leads the actual playback of the entire recording. The offset time can be set in a range of –500ms to +500ms.

  • Page 124: Hooking Up Midi Devices

    MIDI features by connecting a MIDI device or such a case, visit the following computer to the Disklavier’s control unit. website and download the driver. http://download.yamaha.com/ MIDI device (sequencer, synthesizer, etc.) or computer Note: Be sure to use the commercially...

  • Page 125: Setting The Disklavier For Midi Data Reception

    Chapter Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices Setting the Disklavier for MIDI Data Reception [SETUP] “MIDI” The Disklavier can play back the MIDI data being received from the connected MIDI device as well as the software loaded or stored in the Disklavier itself.

  • Page 126

    Chapter Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices Press [SETUP] on the remote control. The setup menu screen appears. =SETUP MENU= (1/3) *TimerPlay *AudioI/O *MIDI *M-Tune Select “MIDI” with the cursor buttons ([ then press [ENTER]. =SETUP MENU= (1/3) *TimerPlay *AudioI/O *MIDI...

  • Page 127: Setting The Disklavier For Midi Data Transmission

    Chapter Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices Setting the Disklavier for MIDI Data Transmission [SETUP] “MIDI” The Disklavier can transmit the information of piano playing/ensemble part playback on the Disklavier as the MIDI data to the connected MIDI device to reproduce the sound with its sound generator, etc.

  • Page 128: Setting The Disklavier For Keyboard Playing Data Transmission

    Chapter Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices Select a desired option with the cursor buttons ([ then press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to change setting. Press [ENTER] to complete the operation. Setting the Disklavier for Keyboard Playing Data Transmission [SETUP] “MIDI”...

  • Page 129

    Chapter Enhancing the Disklavier by Hooking Up Other Devices Press [SETUP] on the remote control. The setup menu screen appears. =SETUP MENU= (1/3) *TimerPlay *AudioI/O *MIDI *M-Tune Select “MIDI” with the cursor buttons ([ then press [ENTER]. =SETUP MENU= (1/3) *TimerPlay *AudioI/O *MIDI...

  • Page 130: Chapter 11 Other Settings

    Other Settings Chapter Tuning the Tone Generator (TG Master Tune) [SETUP] “M–Tune” The internal XG tone generator has already been tuned to match the acoustic piano (A3=440 Hz). However, you can re-tune the internal XG tone generator in accordance with the pitch of the acoustic piano by following the procedure below.

  • Page 131: Assigning Frequently-used Functions To The Number Keypad On The Remote Control

    Chapter Other Settings Note: Press [ENTER] to complete the operation. To reset to the default factory pitch settings, see Chapter 11 “Other Settings – Resetting the Disklavier” on page 122. Assigning Frequently-used Functions to the Number Keypad on the Remote Control [SETUP] “Shortcut”...

  • Page 132

    Chapter Other Settings Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the desired function. ?=]-+ =Shortcut= 3[----- 4[PLAY Mem01 --- ] The following functions are available: Option Description PLAY Starts playback of songs in the selected album or playlist. Starts repeat playback of a song or songs in the selected album or playlist.

  • Page 133

    Chapter Other Settings When “RPT” is selected: Option 1 Option 2 Description Mem01 - Starts repeat playback of all songs in the album selected for option 1 from the first Mem99 song. 001 - 999 Starts repeat playback of the song selected for option 2 in the album selected for option Lst01 - Starts repeat playback of all songs in the...

  • Page 134: Setting The Passcode To Prevent Unauthorized Access

    Chapter Other Settings ■ Using the Shortcut Holding the green button on the remote control, press the corresponding number button on the number keypad to execute the assigned function. Setting the Passcode to Prevent Unauthorized Access [SETUP] “Passcode” You can enter the 4-digit passcode to prevent unauthorized access from Note: These settings are not required for the commercially available external remote controller, or you can also set...

  • Page 135

    Chapter Other Settings Note: Enter the 4-digit code with the number keypad. You can also use [+/YES] and [–/NO] on the remote control, or the dial on the control unit to enter the _? -+ =Passcode= code. >Passcode=1234 >MAdr1=##:##:##:##:##:## Press [ENTER] to complete the operation. ■...

  • Page 136: Adjusting The Brightness Of The Display

    Chapter Other Settings Adjusting the Brightness of the Display [SETUP] “Display” You can adjust the brightness of the display. You can also set the display to dim after the elapse of a certain time if there is no operation. Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control. The system menu screen appears.

  • Page 137: Switching The Languages For The Screen

    Chapter Other Settings Note: To set the time for the display to dim, press [ ] to move The brightness of the display will the cursor to the dim light parameter, then press return to its original setting when you press any buttons, insert media, [+/YES] and [–/NO].

  • Page 138: Resetting The Disklavier

    Press [SETUP] on the remote control. both of these. For normal use, you do not have to reset. If you must The setup menu screen appears. reset your Disklavier, Yamaha strongly recommends that you =SETUP MENU= (1/3) backup your songs in the internal...

  • Page 139

    Chapter Other Settings Press [+/YES] and [–/NO] to select the option that you want to reset. Option Description Parameter Reset all parameters, excluding the clock setting and the Internet setting. Memory Reset the internal memory. Factory Init. Reset the Disklavier to its initial factory setting. DeleteCookies Delete the contents of all saved cookies.

  • Page 140: Diagnosing The Disklavier (maintenance Mode)

    Diagnosing the Disklavier (Maintenance Mode) [SYSTEM] “Maintenance” The piano diagnostics may be required as the occasion demands. In such a case, follow the instructions of your Yamaha dealer and perform the following procedure. Press [SYSTEM] on the remote control. The system menu screen appears.

  • Page 141: Updating The Disklavier

    CD-ROM or USB flash memory, or downloaded via Internet). the CD-ROM or USB flash memory You can download the update program from the following website: in which the update program is http://download.yamaha.com/ saved or download update program via Internet, and shut down the Disklavier.

  • Page 142

    Chapter Other Settings Important: Press [PLAY/PAUSE] to start the update. DO NOT turn off this unit during update. The update process of the first module takes approximately 3 Important: minutes. Be sure to update all the modules. MC v2.20  v3.00 DO NOT REMOVE DISK! When the update of the first module completes, the following...

  • Page 143: Chapter 12 Internal Tone Generator Voices

    Internal Tone Generator Voices Chapter The following table lists the basic voices for the internal GM/XG and TG3 tone generator. Internal GM/XG Tone Generator Basic Voice List Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name 01 Piano Orgel OrgFlute GrandPno...

  • Page 144

    Chapter Internal Tone Generator Voices Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name FngrBass Timpani Tp&TbSec FingrDrk 07 Ensemble BrssSec2 FlangeBa Strings1 HiBrass Ba&DstEG S.Strngs MelloBrs FngrSlap SlowStr SynBras1 FngBass2 ArcoStr QuackBr ModAlem 60sStrng RezSynBr PickBass Orchestr PolyBrss MutePkBa...

  • Page 145

    Chapter Internal Tone Generator Voices Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name Saw 2 Halo Pad BelChoir ThickSaw SweepPad Echoes DynaSaw Shwimmer EchoPad2 DigiSaw Converge Echo Pan Big Lead PolarPad EchoBell HeavySyn Celstial Big Pan WaspySyn 13 Synth Effects SynPiano...

  • Page 146: Internal Tg3 Tone Generator Basic Voice List

    Chapter Internal Tone Generator Voices Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name Mel Tom2 Feed Punch Real Tom Heart Rock Tom Horse FootStep Syn.Drum Bird 2 MchinGun Ana Tom Ghost LaserGun ElecPerc Maou Xplosion RevCymbl Tel.Dial FireWork 16 Sound Effects...

  • Page 147

    Chapter Internal Tone Generator Voices Voice # Display Name Voice # Display Name Pizz.Str PolySyPd Harp ChoirPad Timpani BowedPad 07 Ensemble MetalPad Strings1 Halo Pad Strings2 SweepPad Syn.Str1 13 Synth Effects Syn.Str2 Rain ChoirAah SoundTrk VoiceOoh Crystal SynVoice Atmosphr Orch.Hit Bright 08 Brass Goblins...

  • Page 148: Chapter 13 Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Chapter If you are having difficulty operating the Disklavier, see if any of the symptoms listed below apply to your problem and follow the recommended remedy. Power Symptom Remedy The Diskalvier does not turn on. Make sure that the main switch on the power supply unit is turned on.

  • Page 149

    Chapter Troubleshooting Playback Symptom Remedy None of the playback functions can be used. Insert a medium that contains songs into the Disklavier. The Disklavier does not read a song file. The maximum number of the readable files in an album is 999.

  • Page 150

    Chapter Troubleshooting Media Symptom Remedy The Disklavier does not read a CD-R/RW disc. The audio CD should be formatted in CD-DA, and the data CD in ISO 9660 Level1. The Disklavier may not read a CD-R/RW disc other than this format. Connection with External Devices Symptom Remedy...

  • Page 151: Chapter 14 Error Messages

    Error Messages Chapter While operating your Disklavier, an error message may appear in the display. If an error message appears, refer to the table below for an explanation of the message. Media Selection / Playback Error Messages Situation Remedy NO MEDIA! You selected the medium that has not Insert the medium or select another been inserted.

  • Page 152: Chapter 15 Glossary

    E-SEQ Song Format Short for Local Area Network, this is a data-transfer A song file format developed by Yamaha for saving network that connects a group of computers at a songs. single location (such as an office or home) by means of a special cable.

  • Page 153

    2. services. PianoSoft™ SmartPianoSoft™ The PianoSoft Disk Collection is a library of Software made by Yamaha containing MIDI signals prerecorded song disks made by Yamaha for playing back along with standard audio CDs. specifically for use with the Disklavier. PianoSoft·Plus™...

  • Page 154

    “http:// www.yamaha.com/ ” is referred to as the Yamaha site. Yamaha XG is an extension of the GM (General MIDI) format. Its greater polyphony, more voices, and use of effects enhances the compatibility between MIDI devices. When a song in the...

  • Page 155: Chapter 16 Specifications

    128 MB Compact Disc Audio CD (CD-DA), Data CD (ISO 9660 Level1-compliant) FAT16 or FAT32 format USB Flash Memory Yamaha does not assure the operation of the commercially available USB flash memories. Removable Media FAT32 format USB Hard Disk Yamaha does not assure the operation of the commercially available USB hard disks.

  • Page 156: Function & Controls

    Chapter Specifications Function & Controls Media Select Internal memory, CD, USB media (including floppy disk) Cursor buttons (control unit), cursor buttons/numeric section (remote Song Select control) Basic Functions Play, stop, pause Reverse/forward w/sound (MIDI songs), reverse/forward w/o sound Song Search (audio songs), directly by time or measure.

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    Classic Appendix...

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    Software License Notice GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2, June 1991 Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

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    Software License Notice ■ TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION This License applies to any program or other work which contains a notice placed by the copyright holder saying it may be distributed under the terms of this General Public License. The “Program”, below, refers to any such program or work, and a “work based on the Program”...

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    Software License Notice 3. You may copy and distribute the Program (or a work based on it, under Section 2) in object code or executable form under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above provided that you also do one of the following: a) Accompany it with the complete corresponding machine-readable source code, which must be distributed under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above on a medium customarily used for...

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    Software License Notice If any portion of this section is held invalid or unenforceable under any particular circumstance, the balance of the section is intended to apply and the section as a whole is intended to apply in other circumstances. It is not the purpose of this section to induce you to infringe any patents or other property right claims or to contest validity of any such claims;...

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    Software License Notice When a program is linked with a library, whether statically or using a shared library, the combination of the two is legally speaking a combined work, a derivative of the original library. The ordinary General Public License therefore permits such linking only if the entire combination fits its criteria of freedom.

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    Software License Notice 1. You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the Library’s complete source code as you receive it, in any medium, provided that you conspicuously and appropriately publish on each copy an appropriate copyright notice and disclaimer of warranty; keep intact all the notices that refer to this License and to the absence of any warranty;...

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    Software License Notice 4. You may copy and distribute the Library (or a portion or derivative of it, under Section 2) in object code or executable form under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above provided that you accompany it with the complete corresponding machine-readable source code, which must be distributed under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above on a medium customarily used for software interchange.

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    Software License Notice c) Accompany the work with a written offer, valid for at least three years, to give the same user the materials specified in Subsection 6a, above, for a charge no more than the cost of performing this distribution. d) If distribution of the work is made by offering access to copy from a designated place, offer equivalent access to copy the above specified materials from the same place.

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    Software License Notice If any portion of this section is held invalid or unenforceable under any particular circumstance, the balance of the section is intended to apply, and the section as a whole is intended to apply in other circumstances. It is not the purpose of this section to induce you to infringe any patents or other property right claims or to contest validity of any such claims;...

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    Software License Notice expat Copyright © 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd and Clark Cooper Copyright © 2001, 2002, 2003 Expat maintainers. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do...

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    Software License Notice 1. Redistributions of source code must retain any existing copyright notice, and this entire permission notice in its entirety, including the disclaimer of warranties. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce all prior and current copyright notices, this list of conditions, and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

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    Software License Notice Copyright Notice jpg “Clone me,” says Dolly sheepishly Last update: 02:45 UTC Tuesday, June 27, 2006 The following copyright notice applies to all files collectively called the Network Time Protocol Version 4 Distribution. Unless specifically declared otherwise in an individual file, this notice applies as if the text was explicitly included in the file.

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    Software License Notice OpenLDAP is a registered trademark of the OpenLDAP Foundation. Copyright 1999-2003 The OpenLDAP Foundation, Redwood City, California, USA. All Rights Reserved. Permission to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this document is granted. openssl LICENSE ISSUES The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL License and the original SSLeay license apply to the toolkit.

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    Software License Notice Unless otherwise *explicitly* stated the following text describes the licensed conditions under which the contents of this Linux-PAM release may be distributed: Redistribution and use in source and binary forms of Linux-PAM, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1.

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    Software License Notice 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, definition, disclaimer, and this list of conditions. 2. Redistributions in binary form (compiled executables) must reproduce the above copyright notice, definition, disclaimer, and this list of conditions in documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

  • Page 178: Midi Data Format

    MIDI Data Format If you are familiar with MIDI, or are using a computer to control your music software with computer- generated MIDI messages, the data provided in this section can help you to control your Disklavier. Messages include those that can be received by the piano part and/or those that can be received by an ESBL part.

  • Page 179

    MIDI Data Format 1.2.18 Effect3 Depth (Chorus Send Level) Drum Instrument Reverb Send Level (ESBL Part) mm : $00 - $7F (0 -max) rr : drum instrument note number Cntrl# Parameter Data Range Drum Instrument Chorus Send Level Effect3 Depth 0...127 mm : $00 - $7F (0 - max) 1.2.19 Effect4 Depth (Variation Effect Send Level)

  • Page 180

    Voice, such as by Effect Type or Parameter Change effect parameter, transpose, tuning, and others. The Disklavier receives the following parameter change 11110000 Exclusive status messages. 01000011 YAMAHA ID [UNIVERSAL REALTIME MESSAGE] 0001nnnn Device Number 1) Master Volume 01001100 XG Model ID 0aaaaaaa...

  • Page 181

    11110000 Exclusive status When sending the parameter change messages consecutively, be 01000011 YAMAHA ID sure to leave an appropriate interval (if the time base is 480. ca 5 0000nnnn Device Number unit) between the messages. 01001100 XG Model ID 2.1.4.1...

  • Page 182

    MIDI Data Format SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGES Start Transmission Active Sensing This message is transmitted only when the REMOTE OUT Transmission parameter is set to On. Transmitted. b) Reception b) Reception This message is received only when REMOTE IN Parameter Once FE has been received. if no MIDI data is subsequently is Set to On.

  • Page 183

    MIDI Data Format TOTAL SIZE 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 11 see Effect Parameter List Depends on reverb type 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 12 ” ” 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 13 ” ” 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 14 ” ” 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 15 ” ”...

  • Page 184

    MIDI Data Format <Table 1-4> MIDI Parameter Change table (MULTI PART) [XG] Address Size Data Parameter Description Default value 00 - 20 ELEMENT RESERVE 0 - 32 part10=0, other =2 00 - 7F BANK SELECT MSB 0 - 127 part10=7F, other=0 00 - 7F BANK SELECT LSB 0 - 127...

  • Page 185

    MIDI Data Format 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING C# -64 - +63 [cent] 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING D -64 - +63 [cent] 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING D# -64 - +63 [cent] 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING E -64 - +63 [cent] 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING F -64 - +63 [cent]...

  • Page 186

    MIDI Data Format 00 - 01 KEY ASSIGN 0/SINGLE, 1/MULTI 00 - 01 Rcv NOTE OFF 0/OFF, 1/ON Depends on the note 00 - 01 Rcv NOTE ON 0/OFF, 1/ON 00 - 7F FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY -64 - +63 00 - 7F FILTER RESONANCE -64 - +63 00 - 7F...

  • Page 187

    MIDI Data Format 00-3F PEG Rate 4 00-7F PEG Level 0 00-7F PEG Level 1 00-7F PEG Level 2 00-7F PEG Level 3 00-7F PEG Level 4 00-3F Filter Resonance 00-07 Velocity Sensitivity 00-7F Cutoff Frequency 00-7F Cutoff Scaling Break Point 1 00-7F Cutoff Scaling Break Point 2 00-7F...

  • Page 188

    MIDI Data Format XG Normal Voice List Bank Select MSB = 000, LSB = Bank Number Voice names in bold typeface are voices that can be selected in the Disklavier. The Disklavier can produce all the voices listed below, but can only display bank 0 voices. Instrument Program Bank...

  • Page 189

    MIDI Data Format Bank Select MSB = 064, LSB = 000 SFX Voice MSB=064 Instrument Bank Instrument Bank Instrument Bank Program MSB=064 Program Ele- Program Ele- Program Ele- Program Ele- Ele- Voice Name Voice Name Voice Name LSB=000 LSB=000 Group Group Group ment...

  • Page 190

    MIDI Data Format TG300B Normal Voice List Bank Select MSB = Bank Number, LSB = ooo Instrument Program Bank Instrument Bank Instrument Bank Instrument Bank Ele- Program Ele- Program Ele- Program Ele- Voice Name Voice Name Voice Name Voice Name Group Group Group...

  • Page 191

    MIDI Data Format Instrument Bank Instrument Bank Instrument Bank Instrument Bank Program Ele- Program Ele- Program Ele- Program Ele- Voice Name Voice Name Voice Name Voice Name Group Group Group Group ment ment ment ment Brass Trumpet Synth Lead SquareLd Synth Rain Percussive...

  • Page 192

    MIDI Data Format XG Drum Voice List Bank Select MSB = Bank Number, LSB = 000 Drum kit names in bold typeface are those that can be selected in the Disklavier. Bank Program # Standard Kit Standard2 Kit Room Kit Rock Kit Electro Kit Analog Kit...

  • Page 193

    MIDI Data Format TG300B Drum Voice List Program # Note# Note Alternate Standard Kit Room Kit Power Kit Electro Kit Analog Kit Jazz Kit Brush Kit Orchestra Kit SFX Set C/M Kit assign Snare Roll Finger Snap Hi Q Hi-Hat Closed Whip Slap Hi-Hat Pedal Scratch Push...

  • Page 194

    MIDI Data Format Effect Type List Exclusive Effect Type Description REVERB NO EFFECT Effect turned off. HALL1 Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall. HALL2 Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall. ROOM1 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room. ROOM2 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room.

  • Page 195

    MIDI Data Format Effect Parameter List No Parameter Range Value Con- No Parameter Range Value Con- Table trol Table trol HALL1, HALL2, ROOM 1, 2, 3, STAGE 1, 2, PLATE ECHO Reverb Time 0.3~30.0s 0-69 table#4 Lch Delay1 0.1~355.0ms 1-3350 Diffusion 0~10 0-10...

  • Page 196

    MIDI Data Format No Parameter Range Value Con- No Parameter Range Value Con- Table trol Table trol KARAOKE 1, 2, 3 ROTARY SPEAKER Delay Time 0~127 0-127 table#7 LFO Frequency 0.00~39.7Hz 0-127 table#1 • Feedback Level -63~+63 1-127 LFO Depth 0~127 0-127 HPF Cutoff...

  • Page 197

    MIDI Data Format No Parameter Range Value Con- No Parameter Range Value Con- Table trol Table trol DISTORTION, OVERDRIVE 2-BAND EQ Drive 0~127 0-127 • EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz 8-40 table#3 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz~2.0kHz 8-40 table#3 EQ Low Gain -12~+12dB 52-76 EQ Low Gain...

  • Page 198

    MIDI Data Format Effect Data Assign Table Table#2 Table#4 Table#1 Table#3 Modulation Delay Offset (ms) Reverb Time (ms) LFO Frequency (Hz) EQ Frequency (Hz) Data Value Data Value Data Value Data Value Data Value Data Value Data Value Data Value Data Value Data...

  • Page 199: Midi Implementation Chart

    MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART Yamaha Disklavier Date: 6-Jan-2012 Model: E3 Classic Version: 1.00 Function... Transmitted Recognized Remarks Basic Default 1-16 1-16 Memorized Channel Changed 1-16 1-16 Default Mode Messages × 3, 4 (m=1) *2, *3 Altered **************** × Note 0-127 0-127...

  • Page 200

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