Audio input and output
Are connections made correctly to your amp, mixer, or
headphones? For more information, see "Connections"
on page 41.
Is the connected amp or mixer powered‐on, and is its
Is Local Control turned on?
• In Global P1: MIDI, check the Local Control On
Is the VOLUME slider raised? See "VOLUME slider
(MAIN/HEADPHONE)" on page 21.
Is the MASTER slider raised? (See "Master Volume" on
page 22 of the Parameter Guide.)
Could MASTER VOLUME have been assigned to the
ASSIGNABLE PEDAL, and the pedal set in the
Could the vector joystick be controlling the volume,
and the volume lowered in this way?
If there is no sound from the AUDIO OUTPUT
(INDIVIDUAL) 1–8 jacks, make sure that Bus Select or
Bus Sel. (Bus Select) following the insert effect is set to
1–8, or 1/2–7/8.
If a specific timbre doesn't sound in Combination
mode, is its Play/Mute button set to Play?
Alternatively, are all Solo settings turned off? (If the
Solo button is blinking, this means that at least one
timbre is being soloed.)
If a specific track doesn't sound in Sequencer mode, is
its Play/Rec/Mute button set to Play? Alternatively, are
all Solo settings turned off? (If the Solo button is
blinking, this means that at least one track is being
Make sure that the Status is INT or BTH. (See
"Preparations for recording" on page 89.)
Are the Key Zone and Velocity Zone set so that sound
will be produced when you play?
Can't output the main L/R signal from the ADAT
OUT jack of the EXB-DI option
In the Global P0: Basic Setup– Audio page, L/R Bus
Indiv. Assign must be set to the desired EXB‐DI ADAT
Can't output sound from an audio CD
Make sure that you have selected the Disk mode Play
Audio CD page or Sampling mode.
Is the output of the audio CD being input correctly?
• In the Disk mode Play Audio CD Page, make the
appropriate settings for Bus Select (IFX/Indiv.) and
Level. Alternatively, in the Sampling mode P5:
Audio CD– Ripping page, make the appropriate
settings for Bus Select (IFX/Indiv.) and Level.
• Is the Drive Select setting correct?
Is the Volume slider raised? (Disk mode Play Audio
CD page, Sampling P5: Audio CD– Ripping page)
Has the CD been finalized?
• A CD‐R/RW disc that you wrote using the Disk
mode Make Audio CD page cannot be played in the
Disk mode Play Audio CD page or in Sampling
mode until you also finalize the disc. Execute the
page menu command Finalize Audio CD to
finalize the disc. For more information, see
"Finalize Audio CD" on page 784 of the Parameter
Audio inputs don't work properly
Are the appropriate sources connected to the AUDIO
INPUT 1–4 jacks, or the S/P DIF IN jack?
If there is no sound in Sampling mode, check that Bus
Select (IFX/Indiv.), and Level are set correctly in the
Sampling P0: Recording– Audio Input page.
Alternatively, is SAMPLING REC turned on?
If there is no sound in Program, Combination, and
Sequencer modes, check that Bus Select (IFX/Indiv.),
and Level are set correctly in Global P0: Basic Setup–
Audio page; or in the P0: Sampling pages of Program,
Combination, or Sequencer modes.
On the 0–8: Audio Input/Sampling page, is the Use
Global Setting parameter set correctly?
Analog audio inputs
If you are using AUDIO INPUT 1 and/or 2, make sure
that the AUDIO INPUT LEVEL knobs are raised.
If you are using AUDIO INPUT 1 and/or 2, are the
MIC/LINE and PHANTOM POWER switches set
S/P DIF input
If you are using the S/P DIF IN, is the input signal in an
• Please make sure that the connected digital audio
device is compatible with CP‐1201 or S/P DIF.
Is the S/P DIF device set to a compatible sample rate?
• 48 kHz and 96 kHz sampling rates are supported. If
the connected device is using an unsupported rate,
you may hear noise, and the message "CLOCK
ERROR!" may appear.
On the Global Basic Setup page, set the S/P DIF
Sample Rate to match the rate of the connected device
(either 48 kHz or 96 kHz). The default setting is 48
If System Clock is set to S/P DIF and S/P DIF
Sample Rate is set to 48 kHz, and you want to
change the sampling frequency that is being input
to the S/P DIF IN jack from 96 kHz to 48 kHz or
from 48 kHz to 96 kHz, you must make sure that the
OASYS is not accessing data when you make the
change. Also, do not touch the OASYS at this time.
In particular, you must not change the sampling
frequency being input to the S/P DIF IN jack when
data access is occurring (e.g., load/save, read/write,