Yamaha CLP- 585 Owner's Manual

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IMPORTANT
— Check your power supply — (
Make sure that your local AC mains voltage matches the voltage specified on the name plate on the bottom panel. In some areas
a voltage selector may be provided on the bottom panel of the main keyboard unit near the power cord. Make sure that the voltage
selector is set for the voltage in your area. The voltage selector is set at 240V when the unit is initially shipped. To change the setting
use a "minus" screwdriver to rotate the selector dial so that the correct voltage appears next to the pointer on the panel.
Before using the instrument, be sure to read "PRECAUTIONS" on pages 6−7.
For information on assembling the instrument, refer to the instructions at the end of this manual.
IMPORTANT
— Vérifiez votre alimentation électrique — (
Vérifiez que la tension de votre alimentation secteur correspond à celle qui est spécifiée sur la plaque du fabricant, située sur le
panneau inférieur. Dans certaines régions, un sélecteur de tension peut être installé sur le panneau inférieur du clavier principal,
à proximité du cordon d'alimentation. Assurez-vous que le sélecteur de tension est réglé sur la tension utilisée dans votre région.
En usine, le sélecteur est initialement paramétré sur 240 V. Pour modifier ce réglage, utilisez un tournevis plat et faites tourner le
cadran du sélecteur jusqu'à ce que la valeur souhaitée apparaisse à côté de l'indicateur sur le panneau.
Avant d'utiliser l'instrument, lisez attentivement la section « PRÉCAUTIONS D'USAGE " aux pages 6 et 7.
Pour plus d'informations sur l'assemblage de l'instrument, reportez-vous aux instructions figurant à la fin de ce manuel.
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  • Page 1

    C L P - 5 8 5 Owner’s Manual C L P - 5 7 5 Mode d’emploi C L P - 5 4 5 C L P - 5 3 5 C L P - 5 6 5 GP IMPORTANT —...

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    Compliance with FCC regulations * This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA. (class B) COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM...

  • Page 3: Special Message Section

    DO NOT modify this unit or commission permanent record of your purchase. others to do so unless specifically authorized by Yamaha. Product performance and/or safety standards may be diminished. Claims filed under the expressed warranty may be denied if the unit is/has been modified.

  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    Explanation of Graphical Symbols The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol CAU TIO N within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

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    Explanation of Graphical Symbols The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol CAU TIO N within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

  • Page 6: Precautions

    If it should appear to be malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel. Water warning • Do not expose the instrument to rain, use it near water or in damp or wet conditions, place on it any containers (such as vases, bottles or glasses) containing liquids which might spill into any openings.

  • Page 7

    Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed. Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use.

  • Page 8: Notice

    (Verified operating temperature range: 5° – 40°C, or • This product incorporates and bundles computer 41° – 104°F.) programs and contents in which Yamaha owns copyrights or with respect to which it has license to use • Do not place vinyl, plastic or rubber objects on the others' copyrights.

  • Page 9: Included Accessories

    Thank you for choosing the Yamaha Clavinova. In order to make the most of your Clavinova’s performance potential and features, please read this Owner’s Manual thoroughly, and keep it in a safe place for later reference. Included Accessories Data List (CLP-585 only)

  • Page 10: Features

    Full-scale piano performance Pages 24, 31 This instrument features a piano Voice created with samples of the Yamaha CFX flagship concert grand piano, as well as a special keyboard that reproduces the natural touch response and expressive nuances of an actual concert grand piano, including rapid repetitive capability.

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents PRECAUTIONS ............6 MIDI Recording—Independent Tracks ......53 MIDI Recording to the USB Flash Memory ....55 NOTICE ..............8 Audio Recording to the USB Flash Memory ....56 Information ............8 Other Recording Techniques ........57 Included Accessories ..........9 Handling Song Files ..........61 About the Manuals ..........9 Song Types and Limitation of File Operations ..61 Features ..............10...

  • Page 12: Introduction

    Introduction Panel Controls and Terminals Control Panel A-1 B-1 C0 D0 E0 F0 G0 A0 B0 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 A1 B1 Each key has a note name; for example, the lowest (farthest left) key on the keyboard corresponds to A-1, and the highest (farthest right) key to C7.

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    Panel Controls and Terminals C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 A2 B2 C3 D3 E3 F3 G3 A3 B3 C4 D4 E4 F4 G4 A4 B4 C5 D5 E5 F5 G5 A5 B5 C6 D6 E6 F6 G6 A6 B6 C7 CLP-585 CLP-575/545/535 Music rest...

  • Page 14: Getting Started — Playing The Clavinova As A Piano

    If the supplied cord is lost or damaged and needs to be replaced, contact your Yamaha dealer. The use of an The shape of the plug and outlet differ inappropriate replacement depending on the particular locale.

  • Page 15: Auto Power Off Function

    Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a Piano 565GP Lift the cover slightly, then push and slide it to the end completely so that both the panel buttons at the left side and keyboard are visible. In this condition, you can make various panel operations such as Voice selection and Song recording/ playback as well as...

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    Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a Piano Close the key cover. 565GP 6-1. If the music rest is unfolded, fold it back. 6-2. With both hands, open the folded top of the key cover, and close it gently. CAUTION Be careful to avoid catching your fingers when opening or closing the cover.

  • Page 17: Music Rest

    Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a Piano Music Rest 565GP Unfold the music rest: When opening the key cover, unfold the music rest. Fold the music rest: When closing the key cover, fold the music rest. 565GP To raise the music rest: CAUTION Do not try to use the music rest Pull the music rest up and...

  • Page 18: Music Braces

    Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a Piano Music Braces 565GP These braces are for holding the pages of music books in place. To open To close CAUTION • Make sure that the end of the stay fits securely in the lid 565GP recess.

  • Page 19: Setting The Volume — [master Volume]

    Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a Piano Setting the Volume — [MASTER VOLUME] To adjust the volume, use the [MASTER VOLUME] Master Volume: The volume level of the entire slider located at the right of the panel. Play the Increases keyboard sound.

  • Page 20: Using Headphones

    Underside of Underside of keyboard period of time. Doing so may keyboard cause hearing loss. Optional headphones HPE-160 Yamaha headphones Standard stereo Standard stereo phone plug phone plug Reproducing natural sound distance (Stereophonic Optimizer) 565GP The Stereophonic Optimizer feature recreates for headphones the spacious sensation you hear when you play an acoustic piano.

  • Page 21: Using The Pedals

    Getting Started — Playing the Clavinova as a Piano Using the Pedals This instrument is equipped with three foot pedals: damper pedal (right), sostenuto pedal (center), and soft pedal (left). Damper pedal (right pedal) NOTE For details about the Piano When you press the damper pedal, the notes you play Voices compatible with VRM or have a longer sustain.

  • Page 22: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations The three buttons located in the center of the control panel let you call up three main functions: Voice (page 24), Song (page 38) and Demo (page 27). These provide a variety of performance and other features for your enjoyment. In addition, various detailed settings can be made from the [MENU] button, for even greater playability and performance potential.

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    Basic Operations Voice: Instrument sound for playing from the keyboard. In addition to the Piano sounds, a wide variety of other musical instrument sounds are available. Song: A piece of music for listening enjoyment or for playing back and practicing along with. Demo: Voice Demos let you experience the characteristics of the Voices, and Piano Demos showcase both the sophisticated sampling of actual pianos and the advanced DSP technology.

  • Page 24: Advanced Functions

    Advanced Functions Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) In addition to the wonderfully realistic piano sounds, you can select and play other musical instrument sounds (Voices), such as organ or stringed instruments. “CFX Grand” Voice is normally selected when the power is turned on.

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    XG is a major enhancement of available with the Voice group buttons. the GM System level 1 format (page 38), and was developed by Yamaha specially to provide more Voices and variations, as 3, 4, 5 well as greater expressive control over Voices and effects,...

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    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Use the [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the Voice group. Highlight the Voice group name you want to use. Press the [>] button. The Voices in the selected group are listed in the display. Checkmark Voice Use the [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the desired Voice.

  • Page 27: Listening To The Demos

    There two types of Demos: Voice Demos and Piano Demos. Voice Demos let you hear and experience the characteristics of the Voices, while Piano Demos let you hear the subtleties of Yamaha’s DSP/sampling technology (page 28). Listening to the Voice Demo For each Voice group, the instrument contains several Demo recordings that showcase the special characteristics of the corresponding Voices.

  • Page 28

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Listening to the Piano Demo (using DSP technology and sampling technology) Stands for Digital Signal Processor (or Processing). DSP changes and enhances the audio signal in the digital realm 1, 2 for a wide range of effects, including VRM and Damper Resonance.

  • Page 29: Enhancing And Customizing The Sound

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Enhancing and Customizing the Sound Applying the following effects gives you greater and richer expressive capabilities. Brilliance For adjusting the brightness of the sound. This setting is applied commonly to all parts (keyboard Voices/Song/MIDI). Press the [MENU] button repeatedly to call up the System Menu display, then select the highlighted item in each display as illustrated below.

  • Page 30

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Reverb This control adds reverberation to the sound by simulating the natural reverberation of a concert hall. The ideal Reverb type is automatically selected whenever you select a Voice, but you can select any of the available Reverb types. To select a desired Reverb type, use the Voice Menu display: “Reverb”...

  • Page 31: Playing The Realistic Resonance-enhanced Vrm Voices

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Playing the Realistic Resonance-enhanced VRM Voices 565GP On an actual acoustic piano, if you press the damper pedal and play a key, not only does the string of the pressed key vibrate, it also causes other strings and the soundboard to vibrate, with each influencing the rest, creating a rich and brilliant resonance that sustains and spreads.

  • Page 32: Playing Two Voices Simultaneously (dual)

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Playing Two Voices Simultaneously (Dual) Two Voices can be played simultaneously. You can create warm and richly textured Voices by using Voices from different groups simultaneously in a layer, or by using Voices in the same group. 1, 4 NOTE To enter the Dual mode, press the [DUAL/SPLIT] button...

  • Page 33: Splitting The Keyboard Range And Playing Two Different Voices (split Mode)

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Splitting the Keyboard Range and Playing Two Different Voices (Split Mode) Split mode enables you to play two different Voices on the keyboard—one with your left hand and another with your right. To enter the Split mode, press the [DUAL/SPLIT] button NOTE You can also enter the Split repeatedly to light it in green.

  • Page 34: Using Dual And Split Simultaneously

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Using Dual and Split Simultaneously 1, 4 To enter the Dual and Split modes simultaneously, press the [DUAL/SPLIT] button repeatedly so that the lamp lights in orange. Voice R1 Voice R2 Lit in orange Voice L The Voice which is displayed at top is Voice R1, and the one in the middle is Voice R2, and the one at bottom is Voice L.

  • Page 35: Using The Metronome

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Using the Metronome The instrument has a built-in metronome (a device that keeps an accurate tempo)—a convenient tool for practice. 1, 4 Press the [METRONOME/RHYTHM] button (or the [METRONOME] button on the CLP-535/565GP) to start the metronome.

  • Page 36: Setting The Metronome Time Signature

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Setting the metronome time signature 1, 5 Press the [METRONOME/RHYTHM] button (or the NOTE The Metronome display cannot [METRONOME] button on the CLP-535/565GP) to call up be called up while a display other than Voice or Song is the Metronome display.

  • Page 37: Touch Response

    Playing Various Musical Instrument Sounds (Voices) Setting range: 2/2, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 3/8, 6/8, 7/8, 9/8, 12/8 Default setting: 4/4 (Selecting a MIDI Song will change the tempo value to that specified in the selected MIDI Song data) Tempo indication and Setting range Note type Tempo is displayed as “note type=xxx”...

  • Page 38: Playing Back Songs

    Voices and effects, and to ensure compatibility of data well into the future. GS was developed by the Roland Corporation. In the same way as Yamaha XG, GS is a major enhancement of the GM specifically to provide more Voices and Drum kits and their variations, as well as greater expressive control over Voices and effects.

  • Page 39: Playback Of Songs

    Playing Back Songs Playback of Songs NOTE MIDI Audio The instrument can automatically select a Song file saved in the root directory of the USB flash memory as soon 3, 4 as the USB flash memory is connected. For instructions, please refer to “USB Autoload”...

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    Playing Back Songs Press the [SONG] button again to call up the Song List display, then select the desired category using [ ]/[ ] buttons. Select the desired one from “Piano 50, ” “Lesson, ” “User” or “USB” referring to the category descriptions below. Song category [ ] button 50 Preset piano pieces (MIDI Songs).

  • Page 41

    Playing Back Songs Press the [ / ] (Play/Pause) button to start playback. Press the [EXIT] button to return to the Song display. The current position of the Song playback will be shown. Song display: MIDI Song Song display: Audio Song Current position Current position You can play the keyboard along with Song playback.

  • Page 42: Adjusting The Tempo

    Playing Back Songs Pause Pressing the [ / ] (Play/Pause) button will stop playback at the current position. Pressing the [ / ] button again will start playback from that position. While playback is being paused, the measure number or elapsed time of the display will flash.

  • Page 43

    Playing Back Songs Playing a One-hand Part — Part Cancel Function (MIDI Songs) MIDI Audio Some MIDI Songs, such as Preset Songs, are divided into right-hand and left- hand parts. By using such Song data, you can practice the left hand by turning on only the right-hand part, and practice the right hand by turning on only the left-hand part—allowing you to practice parts separately for easy mastery of difficult material.

  • Page 44: Playing Back A Song Repeatedly

    Playing Back Songs Press the [] (Stop) button to stop playback. Even if you don’t press the [] button, the Song stops automatically when Song playback reaches the end. Playing Back a Song Repeatedly There are three Repeat items as follows. These are convenient for repeatedly practicing difficult phrases.

  • Page 45

    Playing Back Songs In the Repeat display, select a desired item using the [ ]/ [ ] buttons, then press the [>] button. If you want to set AB Repeat, select “A – B. ” If you want to set Song Repeat, select “Song. ” Set in the setting display.

  • Page 46

    Playing Back Songs Song Repeat setting MIDI Audio Select the desired Repeat type using the [ ]/[ ] buttons in the setting display. Setting display Checkmark • Off: Disables repeated playback. • Single: Plays through the selected file repeatedly. • All: Continuously plays back all Songs within a designated range in order.

  • Page 47: Adjusting The Volume Balance

    Playing Back Songs Adjusting the Volume Balance MIDI Audio When a MIDI Song is selected, you can adjust the Volume balance between the Song playback and the sound you are playing on the keyboard, or between the Right and Left parts of the selected Song. When an Audio Song is selected, you can adjust the Audio Song volume.

  • Page 48: Useful Playback Functions

    Playing Back Songs Adjust the Volume balance using the [<]/[>] buttons. In the case of “Song – Keyboard” The volume of your playing will be lower. The Song playback volume will be lower. In the case of “Song L – R” R part volume will be lower.

  • Page 49: Playing The Keyboard Along With Rhythm Playback

    Playing the Keyboard along with Rhythm Playback 565GP This instrument features various rhythm patterns. In time with the Rhythm playback, you can enjoy your keyboard performance. About the Rhythm Tempo • The Rhythm tempo is equivalent to that set for the Metronome (page 35).

  • Page 50: Recording Your Performance

    Recording Your Performance This instrument allows you to record your performance in the following two methods. • MIDI Recording MIDI With this method, recorded performances are saved to the instrument or a USB flash memory as an SMF (format 0) MIDI file. If you want to re-record a specific section or edit parameters such as Voice, use this method.

  • Page 51: Quick Midi Recording

    Recording Your Performance Using the Metronome/ Quick MIDI Recording Rhythm (CLP-585/575/545) You can use the Metronome/ Rhythm while recording. While MIDI the Metronome sound cannot be recorded, the Rhythm This method is the quickest way to start recording. sound can. Make sure to start the Rhythm playback after entering the Recording mode, since entering the Recording...

  • Page 52

    Recording Your Performance After you finish your performance, press the [] (Stop) button to stop recording. This operation exits from the Recording mode and calls up the display for saving the recorded performance data. If you want to save the recorded performance, press the [>] NOTICE The recorded MIDI Song will be button to execute the Save operation while “Save”...

  • Page 53: Midi Recording—independent Tracks

    Recording Your Performance NOTE MIDI Recording—Independent Tracks If you want to record your performance to the USB flash memory or you want to add the MIDI recording to the MIDI Song in the USB flash memory, refer to With MIDI Recording, you can create a MIDI Song consisting of 16 tracks by “MIDI Recording to the USB flash memory”...

  • Page 54

    Recording Your Performance If you want to save the recorded performance, press the [>] NOTICE The recorded MIDI Song will be button to execute the Save operation while “Save” is lost if you change to another Song or you turn the power off highlighted.

  • Page 55: Midi Recording To The Usb Flash Memory

    Recording Your Performance NOTE MIDI Recording to the USB Flash Memory To connect a USB flash memory, be sure to read the section “Connecting USB MIDI Devices (USB [TO DEVICE] terminal)” on page 70. These instructions describe how to overwrite an already recorded MIDI Song NOTE in the USB flash memory or how to create a New MIDI Song on the USB flash Before starting the Recording...

  • Page 56: Audio Recording To The Usb Flash Memory

    Recording Your Performance Execute the Recording operation, then save the recorded NOTICE Note that recording your performance. performance to a Track containing data will erase the previously recorded data. • When you want to record additionally to the currently NOTE selected MIDI Song, or record to the specified track to the The time signature and tempo blank MIDI Song:...

  • Page 57: Other Recording Techniques

    Recording Your Performance Other Recording Techniques Re-recording a MIDI Song partially MIDI You can re-record a specific range of the MIDI Song. 2, 6 7, 10 Select the desired MIDI Song. For instructions, refer to page 39. Set the parameters which determine how recording starts and stops.

  • Page 58

    Recording Your Performance • PunchOut The data after the point you stop recording will remain. Press the [SONG] button to call up the Song display. Specify the start point you wish to re-record. Use the [ ]/[ ] buttons to highlight the measure number, then use the [<]/[>] buttons to move the playback position (measure number) to the desired point.

  • Page 59

    Recording Your Performance Changing the tempo or the Voice of a previously recorded MIDI Song MIDI For MIDI Songs, you can change the tempo and Voice after recording to change a feel or to set a more suitable tempo. To change the tempo: Select the MIDI Song you wish to change.

  • Page 60

    Recording Your Performance To change the Voice: Select the MIDI Song you wish to change. For instructions, refer to page 39. Select the desired Voice. For instructions, refer to page 24. Press the [MENU] button repeatedly to call up the Song Menu display, then select the highlighted item in each display as illustrated below.

  • Page 61: Handling Song Files

    User Your own recorded Songs (MIDI)   MIDI Songs with protect × × × applied    MIDI Songs with Yamaha’s × × proprietary protect applied      USB flash MIDI Songs memory device ...

  • Page 62: Basic Song File Operation

    Handling Song Files Basic Song File Operation Song files can be handled via the instructions shown below. Connect the USB flash memory to the USB [TO DEVICE] terminal as necessary. In order to use a file on a USB flash memory with the instrument, the file must be stored to the USB flash memory.

  • Page 63: Deleting Files — Delete

    Handling Song Files Deleting Files — Delete For details about Song types which can be deleted, refer to page 61. See page 62 for information on basic operations. The following is a detailed procedure of step 4 on that page. While “Delete”...

  • Page 64: Moving Files — Move

    Handling Song Files Copy destination: While “Copy” is highlighted, press the [>] button to call “USB” will be shown when the up the setting display. copy destination is USB flash memory or “User” when the Copy destination instrument is the copy destination.

  • Page 65: Convert A Midi Song To An Audio Song During Playback—miditoaudio

    Handling Song Files Convert a MIDI Song to an Audio Song during Playback—MIDItoAudio A MIDI Song in the “User” memory of the instrument or on a USB flash NOTE After conversion, the MIDI memory can be converted to an Audio Song then saved to the USER FILES Song remains in the original folder on a USB flash memory.

  • Page 66: Renaming Files — Rename

    Handling Song Files Renaming Files — Rename For details about Song types which can be renamed, refer to page 61. See page 62 for information on basic operations. The following is a detailed procedure of step 4 on that page. While “Rename”...

  • Page 67: Connections

    Connections Connectors CAUTION Before connecting the instrument to other electronic For information about location of these connectors, refer to “Panel Controls components, turn off the power and Terminals” on page 13. of all the components. Also, before turning any components on or off, make sure to set all CLP-585 volume levels to minimum (0).

  • Page 68

    USB [TO HOST] terminal This terminal allows direct connection to a personal computer or connection to a smart device such as an iPhone or iPad via the Yamaha i-UX1 (sold separately). Refer to “Connecting a computer” on page 71 and “Connecting to an iPhone/iPad”...

  • Page 69

    Connections AUX OUT [L/L+R] [R] jacks (CLP-585) NOTE Use only the [L/L+R] jack for AUX OUT [R] [L/L+R] jacks (CLP-575/545/535/565GP) connection with a monaural device. These jacks let you connect the Clavinova to external powered speaker systems, for playing in larger venues at higher volumes. NOTICE •...

  • Page 70: Connecting Usb Devices (usb [to Device Terminal)

    The instrument does not necessarily support all musical instruments even when a USB hub is used is commercially available USB devices. Yamaha cannot only one.) guarantee operation of USB devices that you ...

  • Page 71: Connecting To A Computer (usb [to Host Terminal)

    For details about MIDI, refer to • MIDI [OUT]..Transmits MIDI messages generated on this instrument to “MIDI Basics” downloadable from the Yamaha website another MIDI device. (page 9). • MIDI [THRU]... Simply relays the MIDI messages received at MIDI IN.

  • Page 72: Connecting To An Iphone/ipad (usb [to Device Usb [to Host] And Midi Terminals)

    • For information about the compatible smart devices and application tools, access the your iPhone/iPad, we following page: recommend that you first set “Airplane Mode” to “ON” then http://www.yamaha.com/kbdapps/ set “Wi-Fi” to “ON” on your iPhone/iPad in order to avoid noise caused by Connection with the USB wireless LAN adaptor UD-WL01 (sold communication.

  • Page 73

    Connections The following menu will be shown when you connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor to the USB [TO DEVICE] terminal on this instrument. Menus marked with * differ in the Wireless LAN Mode parameters between the two modes: “Infrastructure” and “Accesspoint. ” The default setting for the Wireless LAN Mode is “Infrastructure.

  • Page 74

    Connections Wireless LAN in the Accesspoint Mode To call up the desired parameter: Press the [MENU] button several times to select “System Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>] Description Default setting Setting range [<] [<]...

  • Page 75

    Connections Displaying the Networks in the wireless LAN and connecting to the Network Make sure to connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor (sold separately) to the USB [TO DEVICE] terminal, otherwise the displays for setup will not be shown. Press the [MENU] button repeatedly to call up the System Menu display, then select the highlighted item in each display as illustrated below.

  • Page 76

    Connections Automatic Setup by WPS Please make sure to connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor (sold separately) to NOTE the USB [TO DEVICE] terminal, otherwise the displays for setup will not be WPS setup cannot be available while the instrument is in the shown.

  • Page 77

    Connections 3-2. Select “Security” then press the [>] button to call up the Security list. Select the security then return to the “Other” display by pressing the [<] button. 3-3. Select “Password,” then set the password in the same way as NOTE SSID.

  • Page 78

    Connections Set SSID, Security, Password and Channel. 2-1. From the System Menu display, select the highlighted item in each display as illustrated below. System Menu display Utility display Wireless LAN display 2-2. Set the SSID, Security, Password and Channel. Select and enter each value/setting in the same way as in step 3 in “Manual Setup.

  • Page 79: Detailed Settings

    Detailed Settings Pressing the [MENU] button gives you access to a variety of important settings for Voices, Song playback, Metronome, Song recording and the entire system of this instrument. Basic Operations As necessary, make the Voice settings or select a Song. •...

  • Page 80: Voice Menu

    Voice Menu Voice Menu This menu lets you edit or set various parameters about the keyboard performance including as Voice parameters. By turning on the Dual/Split, you can make the settings for each Voice or each Voice combination. While playing the keyboard and hearing the sound, change a parameter value to find your desired sound.

  • Page 81

    Voice Menu To call up the desired parameter: Turn on Dual or Split as necessary, select Voices as necessary, press the [MENU] button several times to select “Voice Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>]...

  • Page 82

    Voice Menu To call up the desired parameter: Turn on Dual or Split as necessary, select Voices as necessary, press the [MENU] button several times to select “Voice Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>]...

  • Page 83: Reverb Type List, Chorus Type List, Effect Type List

    Voice Menu  Reverb Type List No effect Recital Hall Simulates clear reverberation in a mid-sized hall suitable for piano recital. Concert Hall Simulates brilliant reverberation in a large hall for public orchestra performances. Chamber Simulates the elegant reverberation in a small room suitable for chamber music. Cathedral Simulates the solemn reverberation in a high-ceiling stone-made cathedral.

  • Page 84: Song Menu

    Song Menu Song Menu This menu lets you set various parameters about Song playback and edit the Song data with a single touch. NOTE • The parameters marked with * will be available only when a MIDI Song is selected. These parameters are not shown when an Audio Song is selected.

  • Page 85

    Song Menu To call up the desired parameter: Select a Song as necessary, press the [MENU] button several times to select Song Menu, then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>] Description Default setting Setting range [<] [<]...

  • Page 86

    Song Menu  Quantize Supplementary Quantize setting range 1/4....quarter note 1/6....quarter note triplet 1/8....eighth note 1/12....eighth note triplet 1/16....sixteenth note 1/24....sixteenth note triplet 1/32....thirty-second note 1/8+1/12..eighth note + eighth note triplet* 1/16+1/12..sixteenth note + eighth note triplet* 1/16+1/24..

  • Page 87: Metronome Menu

    Metronome Menu Metronome Menu This menu lets you set the volume and tempo indication format of the Metronome (page 35) or Rhythm (page 49). In addition, you can set the bell sound of the Metronome to play back at the first beat and adjust parameters related to Rhythm playback variation.

  • Page 88: Recording Menu

    Recording Menu Recording Menu This menu lets you make detailed settings related to MIDI Recording (page 50). NOTE The settings here will not affect Audio Recording. To call up the desired parameter: Press the [MENU] button several times to select “Recording Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>]...

  • Page 89: System Menu

    System Menu System Menu This menu lets you make the overall settings applied to the entire instrument. To call up the desired parameter: Press the [MENU] button several times to select “System Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter.

  • Page 90

    System Menu To call up the desired parameter: Press the [MENU] button several times to select “System Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>] Description Default setting Setting range [<] [<] [<] Keyboard Touch...

  • Page 91

    System Menu To call up the desired parameter: Press the [MENU] button several times to select “System Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>] Description Default setting Setting range [<] [<] [<] Sound –...

  • Page 92

    System Menu To call up the desired parameter: Press the [MENU] button several times to select “System Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>] Description Default setting Setting range [<] [<] [<] MIDI Initial Setup...

  • Page 93

    System Menu To call up the desired parameter: Press the [MENU] button several times to select “System Menu,” then use the [ ]/[ ]/[<]/[>] buttons to select the desired parameter. [>] [>] [>] Description Default setting Setting range [<] [<] [<] Utility Auto Power Off...

  • Page 94

    System Menu  Backup Setting  Backup (Selecting parameters maintained even when the (Saving the Backup file for internal data) power is turned off) This lets you save data on internal memory to the connected USB flash memory as a backup file (named This lets you set whether some settings of the Backup “clp-***.bup”).

  • Page 95

    System Menu  Restore  Factory Set (Restarting the instrument with the Backup file (Restarting the instrument with the initial loaded) factory settings loaded) This lets you load the backup file (clp-***.bup) saved This lets you reset this instrument to its factory via the Backup function (page 94) to the instrument default settings which refers to the initial setting preprogrammed when shipped from the factory, and...

  • Page 96: Appendix

         PIANO CFX Grand Yamaha’s CFX flagship concert grand piano sound with a wide dynamic range for maximum expressive control. Suitable for playing in any music genre and style.     Bösendorfer The famed sound of the Vienna-made Bösendorfer full concert grand piano. Its spacious —...

  • Page 97

    Concerto a cembalo obbligato, 2 violini, viola e continuo No.7, J. S. Bach BWV.1058 The Voice Demos with () listed above are short rearranged excerpts of the original compositions. All other Songs are original (© 2014 Yamaha Corporation). CLP-585/575/545/535/565GP Owner’s Manual...

  • Page 98

           PIANO CFX Grand Yamaha’s CFX flagship concert grand piano sound with a wide dynamic range for maximum expressive control. Suitable for playing in any music genre and style.     ...

  • Page 99

    Concerto a cembalo obbligato, 2 violini, viola e continuo No.7, BWV.1058 J. S. Bach The Voice Demos with () listed above are short rearranged excerpts of the original compositions. All other Songs are original (© 2014 Yamaha Corporation). CLP-585/575/545/535/565GP Owner’s Manual...

  • Page 100: Song List

    Song List 50 Piano Songs Lesson Songs Song Title Composer Album Title No. /Song Title Composer Invention No. 1 J.S.Bach Vorschule im 1–106 F.Beyer Klavierspiel Op.101 Invention No. 8 J.S.Bach 25 Etudes faciles et La candeur J.F.Burgmüller Gavotte J.S.Bach progressives Op.100 Arabesque Prelude (Wohltemperierte Klavier I No.1) J.S.Bach...

  • Page 101: Rhythm List

    Rhythm List (CLP-585/575/545) Category Name Pops&Rock 8Beat 16Beat Shuffle1 Shuffle2 Shuffle3 8BeatBallad 6-8SlowRock Jazz Swing SwingFast Five-Four JazzWaltz Latin Samba BossaNova Rumba Salsa Tango Kids&Holiday 2-4Kids 6-8March ChristmasSwing Christmas3-4 CLP-585/575/545/535/565GP Owner’s Manual...

  • Page 102: Message List

    Yamaha (page 70). Internal hardware error A malfunction has occurred in the instrument. Contact your nearest Yamaha dealer or authorized distributor. Last power off invalid This message appears when the power is turned on after turning off the power while handling a Song file Checking memory (page 61) or saving a backup file (page 94).

  • Page 103

    Unsupported device This message appears when an unsupported USB flash memory is connected. Use a device whose compatibility has been confirmed by Yamaha (page 70). USB device Communication with the USB device has been cut off because of an abnormal power surge to the device.

  • Page 104: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting When a message is displayed, refer to the “Message List” (page 102) for troubleshooting aid. Problem Possible Cause and Solution The instrument does not turn The instrument has not been plugged in properly. Securely insert the female plug into the socket on the instrument, and the male plug into a proper AC outlet (page 14).

  • Page 105

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible Cause and Solution Menu display cannot be When Song is being played back, paused, or Song “Synchro Start” mode is engaged, Menu display other than called up. Voice Menu and Song Menu will not appear. Stop the Song or disengage the “Synchro Start” mode by pressing the [] (Stop) button.

  • Page 106: Assembling The Clavinova

    Assembling the Clavinova Assembly Precautions CAUTION • When moving the instrument after assembly, always hold the bottom of the main unit. • Do not hold the key cover or top portion. Improper handling can CAUTION result in damage to the instrument or personal injury. •...

  • Page 107: Clp-585 Assembly

    Assembling the Clavinova Attach E and F to D. CLP-585 Assembly Remove all parts from the package and make sure you have all of the items. Connector panel Foamed styrol pads Remove foamed styrol pads from the package, position them on the floor, then place A on top of them.

  • Page 108

    Assembling the Clavinova 2-2. Attach A. Align and attach B to the front side of D, E and F, then align the larger holes on brackets of B to the screws on D. 2-3. Temporarily secure with six 4 × 14 mm round head screws.

  • Page 109

    Assembling the Clavinova Connect the speaker cord. Insert the pedal cord securely until the metal part of the cord plug disappears from view. Otherwise, the pedal may not function properly. Insert the plug of the power cord into the power connector. 5-1.

  • Page 110

    Assembling the Clavinova Attach C. Set the adjuster. Rotate the adjuster until it comes in firm contact with the floor surface. Attach the headphone hanger. Use the two thin screws (4 × 10 mm) to attach the hanger as shown in the illustration. 8-1.

  • Page 111: Clp-575 Assembly

    Assembling the Clavinova Attach C to D and E. CLP-575 Assembly Remove all parts from the package and make sure you have all of the items. Foamed styrol pads Remove foamed styrol pads from the package, position them on the floor, then place A on top of them.

  • Page 112

    Assembling the Clavinova 2-1. Secure A. Align the screw holes on the upper side of B with the bracket holes on D and E, then attach the upper corners of B to D and E by finger- tightening two thin screws (4 × 12 mm). 2-2.

  • Page 113

    Assembling the Clavinova 5-4. Insert the plug of the power cord into the Connect the pedal cord and power power connector. cord. Insert the pedal cord securely until the metal part of the cord plug disappears from view. Otherwise, the pedal may not function properly.

  • Page 114: Clp-545/535 Assembly

    Assembling the Clavinova Attach C to D and E. CLP-545/535 Assembly Remove all parts from the package and make sure you have all of the items. Foamed styrol pads Remove foamed styrol pads from the package, position them on the floor, then place A on top of them. Position the pads so that they will not hide the connectors on the bottom of A.

  • Page 115

    Assembling the Clavinova 2-1. Secure A. Align the screw holes on the upper side of B with the bracket holes on D and E, then attach the upper corners of B to D and E by finger-tightening two thin screws (4 × 12 mm).

  • Page 116

    Assembling the Clavinova 5-1. Insert the plug of the pedal cord into the pedal connector. 5-2. Attach the cord holders to the rear panel as shown, then clip the cord into the holders. 5-3. Use a vinyl tie to take up any slack in the pedal cord.

  • Page 117: Clp-565gp Assembly

    Assembling the Clavinova How to position the main unit CLP-565GP Assembly Lean the unit against the wall as shown below. Remove all parts from the package and make sure CAUTION you have all of the items. Be careful not to pinch your fingers. Main unit Be sure to position the keyboard side on the bottom.

  • Page 118

    Assembling the Clavinova 2-2. Attach two front legs and a rear leg. Align the cord with the groove on the unit, and attach the pedal box using four screws. Refer to the diagram below to verify the orientation of the legs. Rear leg Front leg Front leg...

  • Page 119: Connect The Power Cord

    Assembling the Clavinova Raising the unit to the standing Attach the headphone hanger. position. You can attach a headphone hanger on the Clavinova to hang the headphones. Use the front legs as support to raise the unit. CAUTION Be careful not to pinch your fingers. When you raise the unit, do not hold the key cover.

  • Page 120: Specifications

    English Cabinet Key Cover Style Folding Sliding Music Rest Music Braces – – Voices Tone Generation Piano Sound Yamaha CFX, Bösendorfer Imperial Piano Effects – String Resonance – Damper Resonance – Key-off Samples Smooth Release Polyphony Number of Polyphony (Max.)

  • Page 121

    USB Wireless LAN Adaptor UD-WL01 * 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 122: Index

    Index Format (USB flash memory) ..........92 AB Repeat ................45 Access point ..............77 GP Responsive Damper Pedal ........21 Assembly .................106 Audio Recording ..............50 Audio Song ................38 Half-pedal .................21 Auto Power Off ..............15 Aux Assign ................90 Headphones ..............20 Backup ................ 92, 94 IAC ..................19 Initial Setup ...............92 Backup Setting ..............94...

  • Page 123

    Index Pitch ...................84 USB Properties ..............92 Pitch Bend .................90 User ..................40 Playback (Rhythm) ............49 Utility .................92 Playback (Song) ..............39 Power .................14 Voice ..................24 Voice Demo ..............27 Recording ................50 Voice List ..............25, 96 Recording Menu ...............88 Voice Menu ...............80 Rename ................66 Volume ................19 Repeat ................44 Volume (Audio) ...............47...

  • Page 124

    Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment This symbol on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products, please take them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC.

  • Page 126

    For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser à Yamaha ou au representative or the authorized distributor listed below. distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans la liste suivante.

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