To exit from this page, press either the LYRICS or the EXIT but-
Chords contained in the Standard MIDI File (if any). This indi-
cator may be easier to read than chords shown within the lyrics.
When changing the Master Transpose, chord abbreviations con-
tained in a Standard MIDI File are transposed, and correctly
shown in the display. Master Transpose must be activated on the
Player, but not on the Keyboard.
Master transpose value in semitones. This value can be changed
using the TRANSPOSE buttons on the control panel.
Standard MIDI Files only. Currently playing beat.
Standard MIDI Files only. Current measure number.
Name of the four selected Single Touch Settings (STS). Touch
one of them to select it.
If this button is depressed, chords are shown above lyrics in the
display – provided the Standard MIDI File contains them.
Size of the fonts. You can choose between a smaller and a bigger
Touch this button to show the lyrics contained in the associated
Text in MP3+CGD files
When a ".CDG" file with the same name exists in the same direc-
tory as an MP3 file, it will be loaded with the "MP3" file, and can
be seen in the Lyrics page.
As an example, if the file "MYSONG.CDG" exists in the same
directory as the "MYSONG.MP3" file, it is loaded together with
the matching ".MP3" file.
Text will scroll automatically while the Song is playing back.
Note: When a ".CDG" file is loaded with the Song, it overrides any
included Lyrics data.
Lyrics, Score, Markers
Text files loaded with Standard MIDI Files and
When a ".TXT" file with the same name exists in the same direc-
tory as a Standard MIDI File or MP3 file, it will be loaded with
the ".MID" or "MP3" file, and can be seen in the Lyrics page.
As an example, if the file "MYSONG.TXT" exists in the same
directory as the "MYSONG.MID" or "MYSONG.MP3" file, it is
loaded together with the matching ".MID" or ".MP3" file.
However, unlike ordinary Lyrics, the text will not scroll automat-
ically while the Song is playing back. You must scroll it with the
scrollbar or the VALUE DIAL. As an alternative, you can use an
assignable switch or footswitch, with the Text Page Up or Text
Page Down functions assigned, to scroll (respectively) to the pre-
vious or next text page.
Text files must be formatted with non-proportional fonts (like
Courier, Courier New, Monaco, or any other "monospaced"
font). Up to 41 characters can fit a single line of text when using
the bigger font size, 24 when using the smaller font size (see
Note: When a ".TXT" file is loaded with the Song, it overrides any
included Lyrics data.
On-the-fly TXT loading
When a Song does not contain any Lyrics metadata or isn't
linked to any ".TXT" file, the "No lyrics. Press SHIFT and touch
here to load a TXT file" message appears in the display when you
press the LYRICS button.
The same happens while in Style Play mode.
When this message appears, and you want to load a ".TXT" file,
keep the SHIFT button pressed and touch the center of the dis-
play. A standard file selector will appear, and will let you look for
a ".TXT" file to be loaded.
Hint: You can use the Search function to search a ".TXT" file in the
various storage devices. See the relevant chapter.