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PX - 560M
Please keep all information for future reference.
Guarde toda información para tener como referencia futura.
Safety Precautions
Before trying to use the Digital Piano, be sure to
read the separate "Safety Precautions".
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Antes de intentar usar el piano digital, asegúrese
de leer las "Precauciones de seguridad" separadas.



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  • Page 1 EN/ES PX - 560M USER’S GUIDE GUÍA DEL USUARIO Please keep all information for future reference. Guarde toda información para tener como referencia futura. Safety Precautions Before trying to use the Digital Piano, be sure to read the separate “Safety Precautions”. Precauciones de seguridad Antes de intentar usar el piano digital, asegúrese de leer las “Precauciones de seguridad”...
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    Never let children use an AC adaptor that is seriously damaged. • The product is not intended for children under 3 years. • Use only the CASIO AD-A12150LW adaptor. • The AC adaptor is not a toy.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents General Guide EN-4 Demo Song EN-45 Installing the Music Stand ....EN-5 Playing the Demo Tunes ....EN-45 Saving Settings and Using Panel Lock .
  • Page 4: Midi Implementation Chart

    Contents Information Fingering Guide......A-1 Chord Example List..... . . A-3 Part and MIDI Channel Assignments and Diagram .
  • Page 5: General Guide

    General Guide ∗ dm dn Front PHONES jacks Back MIDI OUT/THRU, IN DC 12V terminal AUDIO VOLUME controller terminals USB port LINE IN R, L/MONO jacks AUDIO IN jacks LINE OUT R, L/MONO jacks DAMPER, ASSIGNABLE PEDAL jacks Bottom Pedal connector EN-4...
  • Page 6: Installing The Music Stand

    General Guide • This manual uses the numbers and names below to refer to buttons and controllers. 1P (Power) button bsDial btw/NO, q/YES buttons 2VOLUME controller 3REC MODE button ckTONE button 4MIDI a button clRHYTHM button 5AUDIO a button cmTEMPO buttons 6TRANSPOSE w, q buttons cnMETRONOME button 7INTRO button...
  • Page 7: Saving Settings And Using Panel Lock

    General Guide LCD Panel The liquid crystal panel of the monitor screen uses high-precision technology that provides a pixel yield in excess of 99.99%. This means that some very small number of pixels may not light or may remain lit at all times.
  • Page 8: Power Outlet

    Power Outlet Your Digital Piano runs on standard household power. Turning Power On or Off Be sure to turn off power whenever you are not using the Digital Piano. Press the 1 P button to turn on power. • Do not touch the keyboard, pedals, or buttons while Using an AC Adaptor the startup screen is on the display.
  • Page 9: Auto Power Off

    Power Outlet Auto Power Off This Digital Piano is designed to turn off automatically to avoid wasting power after no operation is performed for a preset amount of time. The Auto Power Off trigger time is about four hours. • You can disable Auto Power Off, if you want. For details, see “Auto Power Off”...
  • Page 10: Connections

    Connections Connecting Headphones Connecting a Pedal The back of the Digital Piano has two pedal jacks, one for a damper pedal and one for a soft/sostenuto pedal. • Before connecting headphones, be sure to use the Digital Piano’s 2 VOLUME controller to turn the To connect to the pedal jack volume down to a low level.
  • Page 11: Connecting Audio Equipment Or An Amplifier

    Connections Expression Pedal Connecting Audio Equipment You can use a pedal to control the volume level and or an Amplifier effect application. Connect an expression pedal to the ASSIGNABLE You can connect audio equipment or a music amplifier PEDAL jack. Also, use “Pedal Edit” on the to the Digital Piano and then play through external CONTROLLER screen to specify that an expression speakers for more powerful volume and better sound...
  • Page 12: Bundled And Optional Accessories

    • You can get information about accessories that are LINE OUT jacks as shown in Figure . LINE OUT R sold separately for this product from the CASIO catalog available from your retailer, and from the jack output is right channel sound, while LINE OUT CASIO website at the following URL.
  • Page 13: Operations Common To All Modes

    Operations Common to All Modes ■ Quick Palette Using the Display Screen The Quick Palette is always displayed along the right side of the screen. Touch the Quick Palette icons to navigate between screens. Display Screen Layout When you turn on the Digital Piano, a MENU screen bp MENU: Displays the MENU screen.
  • Page 14: Performing Operations

    Operations Common to All Modes To input text characters Performing Operations You can touch the keys of an on-screen touch keyboard to input data file names. The Digital Piano supports To use the touch panel input of alpha characters and symbols. Your Digital Piano has a touch panel.
  • Page 15 Operations Common to All Modes To select an item in a list To change a setting value An item that can be selected using a list is indicated by A setting value that can be changed is indicated by a the “...
  • Page 16: Playing With Different Tones

    Playing with Different Tones On the screen, touch bq MAIN to return to Selecting and Playing a Tone the MAIN screen. Your Digital Piano has 650 tones. Tones are divided into 13 groups. • Refer to the separate Appendix for details. •...
  • Page 17: Splitting The Keyboard Between Two Tones

    Playing with Different Tones Splitting the Keyboard • You can layer both the main tone and the split tone between Two Tones with another by turning on layer (page EN-17). You can also configure the layer setting after turning on You can split the keyboard so the left side (lower the split.
  • Page 18: Layering Two Tones

    Playing with Different Tones Layering Two Tones Splitting the Keyboard for Duet Play You can layer two different tones so they play at the same time when you press a keyboard key. You can split the keyboard in the center for duet play •...
  • Page 19 Playing with Different Tones Touch “Duet”. To change the octave of a Duet Mode This turns on duet play. keyboard (Duet Octave Shift) • Touch “Pan” to turn on Duet Pan. While Duet Pan is You can use the following procedure to change the enabled (on), the left side keyboard tone is output octave of the left and right Duet Mode keyboards.
  • Page 20: Adjusting The Keyboard Volume Balance

    Playing with Different Tones To change the beats per measure Adjusting the Keyboard You can specify from 0 to nine beats per measure for Volume Balance the metronome. Specifying 0 will cause each beat to be indicated by the Use this procedure to adjust the volume balance same sound.
  • Page 21: Changing The Tempo Setting

    Playing with Different Tones Changing the Tempo Setting Using the Pitch Bend Wheel There are two different methods you can use to change You can use the pitch bend wheel to slide the pitch of the tempo setting: using the cm TEMPO w, q notes smoothly upwards and downwards.
  • Page 22: Shifting The Pitch Of The Digital Piano In Semitone Units (Transpose

    Playing with Different Tones To change a function assigned to a knob Shifting the Pitch of the Digital Piano in Semitone Units On the screen, touch bq MAIN. (Transpose) This displays the MAIN screen. On the MAIN screen, touch the knob whose The transpose feature lets you raise or lower the overall setting you want to change.
  • Page 23: Sounding Arpeggio Phrases Automatically (Arpeggiator

    Playing with Different Tones On the keyboard, play a chord or a single Sounding Arpeggio Phrases note. Automatically (Arpeggiator) Arpeggio is played in accordance with the currently selected arpeggiator type and the note(s) you play. With the arpeggiator, you can play various arpeggios and other phrases automatically by simply pressing To disable the arpeggiator, touch “...
  • Page 24: Editing A Tone

    Editing a Tone You can use the procedures below to edit tones and Touch the destination tone number. apply effects to the desired Upper 1 (main) tone. • If the tone number already has data assigned to it, there will be an asterisk (*) next to it. Editing a Tone Touch “Execute”.
  • Page 25: Changing The Name Of A Tone

    Editing a Tone Changing the Name of a Tone On the MENU screen, touch “TONE”. Touch “Edit”. Touch “Rename”. Touch the tone you want to rename. Input the new name. After you are finished inputting the name, touch “Enter”. Deleting a Tone On the MENU screen, touch “Edit”.
  • Page 26: Editable Parameters

    Editing a Tone Editable Parameters • Shaded cells indicate a group made up of multiple setting items. Touching “Enter” displays the setting items of a group. ■ Editable Melody Tone Parameters Display Text Description Settings Pitch Pitch envelope. The editable parameters in this group affect the pitch of notes.
  • Page 27 Editing a Tone Display Text Description Settings Filter Filter. This is a group of editable parameters associated with filters (tones). • With this group, the vertical (Level) axis in the pitch envelope diagram corresponds to how the filter is applied. Cutoff Cutoff frequency.
  • Page 28 Editing a Tone Display Text Description Settings Low Frequency Oscillator. This is a group of editable LFO parameters applied to pitch, filter, and amp. Pitch Wave Wave type. Specifies one of the following wave types to be used for LFO. Refer to the cell to the left.
  • Page 29 Editing a Tone ■ Editable Drum Tone Parameters Display Text Description Settings Inst Edit Instrument edit. This is a group of editable instruments assigned to each C-1 - G9 keyboard. • Press a keyboard key to specify the key to be edited. Inst Select Instrument number select.
  • Page 30 Editing a Tone Display Text Description Settings Effect Common effect. This is a group of editable effect function parameters. For details, see the melody tone “Effect” (page EN-26). • For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Effect” (page EN-26).
  • Page 31 Editing a Tone ■ Editable Hex Layer Tone Parameters Display Name Description Settings Volume Volume. Overall hex layer volume. 0 to 127 Keyoff Velocity Mode Key off velocity mode. Select “KeyOff” to use the key off velocity as the KeyOff, KeyOn, Both key off velocity, or “KeyOn”...
  • Page 32 Editing a Tone Display Name Description Settings Filter Filter. For details, see the melody tone “Filter” (page EN-26). • For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Filter” (page EN-26). You can input a value in the range from 0 to 127. Cutoff, Resonance Filter Type Filter type.
  • Page 33 Editing a Tone Display Name Description Settings Amp. For details, see the melody tone “Amp” (page EN-26). • For details about the setting items below, see the melody tone “Amp” (page EN-26). Volume, Velocity Sense • For details about the setting items below, see the drum sound “Amp” (page EN-28).
  • Page 34 Editing a Tone Display Name Description Settings Pitch Pitch. The editable parameters in this group affect the pitch of notes. Detune Detune. Causes the tuning of Layers 1 through 6 to be slightly different 0 to 31 from each other. A larger setting value increases the amount of detuning. The maximum value (31) results in a difference of 100 cents (semitones) between Layer 1 and Layer 6.
  • Page 35 Editing a Tone Enhancer ■ Editable DSP Parameters Enhances the profiles of the low range and high range of the input • Select “Through” if you want to disable application signal. of DSP. Parameter Value Ranges: 1 :Low Frequency (0 to 127) - -: Through Adjusts the low range enhancer frequency.
  • Page 36 Editing a Tone Chorus Rotary Gives notes depth and breadth. This effect is a rotary speaker simulator. Parameter Value Ranges: Parameter Value Ranges: 1 :LFO Rate (0 to 127) 1 :Speed (Slow, Fast) Adjusts the LFO rate. Switches the speed mode between fast and slow. 2 :LFO Depth (0 to 127) 2 :Brake (Rotate, Stop) Adjusts the LFO depth.
  • Page 37 Editing a Tone LFO Wah Pitch Shifter This is a “wah” effect that can automatically affect the frequency This effect transforms the pitch of the input signal. Parameter Value Ranges: using an LFO. Parameter Value Ranges: 1 :Pitch (–24 to 0 to +24) Adjusts the pitch shift amount in quarter tone steps.
  • Page 38 Editing a Tone Delay Delays the input signal and feeds it back to create a repeating effect. Parameter Value Ranges: 1 :Delay Time (0 to 127) Adjusts the total delay time. 2 :Delay Ratio L (0 to 127) Adjusts the ratio of the left channel relative to the total delay time. 3 :Delay Ratio R (0 to 127) Adjusts the ratio of the right channel relative to the total delay time.
  • Page 39: Using Auto Accompaniment

    Using Auto Accompaniment 7 8 9 bk bl bm With Auto Accompaniment, simply select the Touch the group that contains the rhythm you accompaniment rhythm you want and the matching want to use. accompaniment (drums, guitar, etc.) will play • You can navigate between groups by touching “UU” automatically when you play a chord with your left or “II”.
  • Page 40 Play other chords with your left hand as you play the melody with your right hand. • You can use “CASIO Chord” or other simplified chord fingering modes to play chords. For details, see “To select a chord fingering mode” in the following section.
  • Page 41 Using Auto Accompaniment ■ CASIO CHORD To select a chord fingering mode With “CASIO Chord”, you can use simplified You can select from among the following five chord fingerings to play the four types of chords described fingering modes. below.
  • Page 42: Using Recommended Tones And Tempos (One-Touch Presets

    Using Auto Accompaniment Modifying Auto Accompaniment Patterns Using Recommended Tones There are six different Auto Accompaniment patterns, and Tempos (One-Touch shown below. You can switch between patterns during Presets) accompaniment play and even modify patterns. Use buttons 7 through bk to select the pattern you want. One-Touch Preset gives you one-touch access to tone and tempo settings that go well with the currently selected Auto Accompaniment rhythm pattern.
  • Page 43: Adding Harmony To Melody Notes (Auto Harmonize

    Using Auto Accompaniment Play chords and the melody on the keyboard. Adding Harmony to Melody Harmony will be added to your melody notes based on Notes (Auto Harmonize) the chords you play. Auto Harmonize lets you add harmony to melody Creating Your Own Original notes you play with your right hand for more melodic Rhythm by Editing a Built-in...
  • Page 44 Using Auto Accompaniment Touch the display item for the instrument part *1 Replacing part accompaniment data clears all edits made you want to edit. up to that point. *2 For an intro, the same rhythm number is applied to all of Rhythm, tone: Touch the display item and then select the eight instrument parts.
  • Page 45: Deleting A User Rhythm

    Using Auto Accompaniment Touch “Yes”. This stores the data. • To return to the screen in step 4 without saving, touch “No”. • Saving user rhythm data to a user rhythm number that already has data will cause the existing data to be replaced by the new data.
  • Page 46: Demo Song

    Demo Song bl bm Playing the Demo Tunes While holding down the bm ACCOMP ON/ OFF button, press the bl a button. This will start sequential playback of the demo songs, starting from song 1. • You can use the bt w, q buttons to change to another demo song.
  • Page 47: Music Presets

    Music Presets bl bm Press the bl a button to start Auto Music Presets provide you with one-touch tone, rhythm, chord, and other settings that are optimized Accompaniment with the preset chord for specific musical genres and songs. progression. Play the melody on the In addition to built-in presets, you can create your own keyboard.
  • Page 48: Creating An Original User Preset (User Presets

    Music Presets Touch “Execute”. Creating an Original User If the selected preset number does not have any data Preset (User Presets) assigned to it, the message “Sure?” will appear. If it does have data assigned to it, the message “Replace?” A music preset editor is provided to allow you to create will appear.
  • Page 49 Music Presets After you are finished, touch br EXIT to ■ To insert a sequential series of steps return to the editing type selection screen Use the on-screen “e” and “r” icons to (page EN-47). select the step that comes immediately before the location where you want to insert the step.
  • Page 50 Music Presets To change how an Auto Accompaniment is played On the editing type selection screen (page EN-47), touch “Parameter Edit” to display the auto accompaniment play editing screen shown below. Parameter Setting Touch the parameter whose setting you want to change, and then use the bt w, q buttons to change the setting value.
  • Page 51 Music Presets ■ Timing Setting and Chord Progression Playback This section explains how chord progressions are played in accordance with the “Timing Set” settings in step 2 under “To change how an Auto Accompaniment is played” (page EN-49). Note that this setting affects playback only.
  • Page 52: Deleting A User Preset

    Music Presets Plays chords measure-by-measure at a timing that is 3/4 times that of the recording. This setting is best for use with a 6/8 time rhythm. Playing back a chord progression like that shown for “Half” above while “3/4” is specified results in the progression shown below.
  • Page 53: Registering Tone And Rhythm Setups

    Registering Tone and Rhythm Setups cp cq cr cs ct dk Registration memory lets you store Digital Piano To save registration data setups (tone, rhythm, etc.) for instant recall whenever you need them. Registration memory simplifies Configure the Digital Piano with the tone, performance of complex pieces that require successive rhythm, and other settings you want to save.
  • Page 54: External Device

    Registering Tone and Rhythm Setups To recall a registration setup Press the cp BANK button to select the bank that contains the setup you want to recall. • The currently selected bank and area numbers are shown on the MAIN screen and button lamps. Use the REGISTRATION buttons (cq through ct) to select the area whose setup you want to recall.
  • Page 55: Recording And Playback

    • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. takes no responsibility for any damages, lost profits, or claims by third parties arising from the deletion of recorded data due to malfunction, repair, or for any other reason.
  • Page 56 Recording and Playback MIDI Recorder Audio Recorder What you can do... What you can do... Record to one track while playing back from the other track Record performance while playing back a song recorded with the MIDI Recorder While playing System Track Keyboard play back...
  • Page 57: Recording To Digital Piano Memory (Midi Recorder

    Recording and Playback Touch “New Data”. Recording to Digital Piano This enables recording of new data to the system track. Memory (MIDI Recorder) Play something on the keyboard. Perform the steps below to record your keyboard play Recording starts as soon as you play something. to Digital Piano Memory.
  • Page 58 Recording and Playback ■ Supported Track Data To record to a specific track (Part) The following describes the data that can be recorded You can record specific instruments, the left hand and to each type of track. right hand, or other parts of a song individually, and then combine them into a final song.
  • Page 59: Punch-In Recording

    Recording and Playback After you are finished playing, touch “Y”. Touch “ ”. This enters the playback mode. Touch “ ”to play back This will start playback of the selected track. what you recorded up to this point. To stop playback, When playback reaches the point you want to touch “Y”.
  • Page 60 Recording and Playback ■ To re-record an area smaller than one To re-record a specific range measure (Auto Punch-in Recording) Use the procedure below to specify a punch-in You can use the following procedure to specify a recording area that includes a part of a measure. particular range for punch-in recording.
  • Page 61 Recording and Playback Touch “Y ” to return to the beginning of the Touch “ ”. song, or use “ ” and “ ” to adjust the This starts playback. • You can also start playback by pressing the 4 MIDI position to start playback.
  • Page 62 Recording and Playback When play reaches the end of the section you To adjust the Balance between Playback want to repeat, touch “Set B”. and Keyboard Volume (MIDI Volume) This makes the measure where you touched “Set B” the You can change the volume level of the MIDI data auto “end measure”.
  • Page 63 Recording and Playback To rename recorded MIDI data To delete recorded data On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI RECORDER”. RECORDER”. Touch the data name. Touch the data name. Touch “User Data Edit”. Touch “User Data Edit”. Touch “Rename”.
  • Page 64 Recording and Playback To copy one track to another To insert a blank measure at a specific position in a specific track On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI RECORDER”. On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI RECORDER”. Touch “Monitor”. Touch “Monitor”. Touch “Edit”.
  • Page 65 Recording and Playback To delete a specific measure from a To quantize a specific step* specific track * Quantize is an operation that automatically adjusts the timing of the note on operation of each step to On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI match a reference note.
  • Page 66: Recording To A Usb Flash Drive (Audio Recorder

    Recording and Playback To key shift a specific measure from a Recording to a USB Flash specific track Drive (Audio Recorder) On the MENU screen, touch “MIDI Anything played on the Digital Piano is recorded to the RECORDER”. USB flash drive as audio data (WAV files*). If you play along on the Digital Piano as you play back data stored Touch “Monitor”.
  • Page 67 Recording and Playback Touch “0”. This turns on the recorder and enters recording mode. • You can also enter the recording mode by pressing • Each touch of “0”cycles through modes as shown the 3 REC MODE button and then touching below.
  • Page 68 Recording and Playback To stop the song, touch “Y”. To play along with data recorded on a • You can also stop playback by pressing the 5 USB flash drive AUDIO a button. On the MENU screen, touch “AUDIO To delete an audio file from a USB flash RECORDER”.
  • Page 69: Configuring Digital Piano Settings

    Configuring Digital Piano Settings On the MENU screen, you can change the selected tone and rhythm, and also change the keyboard key and touch settings, pedal and MIDI settings, and more. This means you can tailor Digital Piano operation to suit your particular needs.
  • Page 70 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ TONE Screen Use this screen to configure tone and other keyboard settings. • You can also display the TONE screen by pressing the ck TONE button. Item Description Setting Upper 1, Upper 2, Turns each part on or off, and specifies its tone. Off, On Lower 1, Lower 2 Edit...
  • Page 71 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ BALANCE Screen Use this screen to adjust volume settings for the keyboard, Auto Accompaniment, etc. Item Description Setting Upper 1 Volume See page EN-19. 0 to 127 Upper 2 Volume See page EN-19. 0 to 127 Lower 1 Volume See page EN-19.
  • Page 72 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ EFFECT Screen Use this screen to apply variety of acoustic effects to notes. Your Digital Piano has three types of effects, each of which includes the effects described below. A) Digital Signal Processor (DSP) A collection of versatile Normal DSP effects help to enhance the sound of tones. For example, distortion can be applied to an electric guitar sound to make it sound more powerful.
  • Page 73 Configuring Digital Piano Settings Item Description Setting Chorus Edit Chorus Type Selects the chorus type. Chorus1, Chorus2, Chorus3, Chorus4, FB Chorus, Flanger1, Flanger2, Flanger3, Flanger4, Short Delay1, Short Delay2, Short Delay3, Short Delay4, Soft Chorus, Bright Chorus, Deep Chorus LFO Rate Adjusts the LFO rate.
  • Page 74 Configuring Digital Piano Settings Item Description Setting Release Adjusts the release time. Adjusts the time until the 0 to 127 compression effect is released. Position Selects the connection position with the compressor EQ. PreEQ, PostEQ Master EQ Edit See page EN-81. Acoustic Simulator Hammer Response Controls the time deviation between when a key is pressed 0 to 7: A greater value produces...
  • Page 75 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ SYSTEM SETTING Screen Use this screen to configure global Digital Piano settings. Item Description Setting Speaker Specifies whether sound should be output from the Digital Piano Off, On speakers (On) or muted (Off). Touch Response Adjusts keyboard touch Off: Disabled Light: Strong sound even...
  • Page 76 Configuring Digital Piano Settings Item Description Setting Auto Resume When “On” is selected for this setting, the Digital Piano will Off, On remember its settings whenever it is turned off, and restore them when it is turned on again. When “Off” is selected, settings are reset to their initial defaults whenever the Digital Piano is turned on.
  • Page 77 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ CONTROLLER Screen Use this to configure pedal and pitch bend wheel settings. Item Description Setting Knob1-3 Edit This is a group editable parameters for bn knobs (K1 to K3). Target Selects the parameters to be controlled by a controller. For example, the “CC67:Soft” Refer to the setting specifies a soft pedal effect.
  • Page 78 Configuring Digital Piano Settings Item Description Setting Pedal Edit This is a group of editable parameters for the pedal connected to the ASSIGNABLE PEDAL terminal. Details of the editable parameters are the same as “Knob1 Edit”, above. Pedal Type Specifies whether the pedal connected to the ASSIGNABLE PEDAL jack is to be Foot Switch, used as a foot switch or an expression pedal.
  • Page 79 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ MIXER Screen Use this screen to change the tone of each part, and to adjust its volume and reverb. Level meter Item Meaning Setting Part A part that is turned on is sounded. Turn off parts you do not want to sound. Off, On Tone Changes the tone.
  • Page 80 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ MIDI Screen Use this screen to configure MIDI settings. For information about MIDI channels assigned to each port, see “Part and MIDI Channel Assignments and Diagram” (page A-5). Item Description Setting Keyboard Channel Selects the channel for sending keyboard play MIDI data to an external 01 to 16 device (keyboard channel).
  • Page 81 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ REGISTRATION Screen You can specify which current settings should be left unchanged when parameter settings are recalled using the registration function. Item Description Setting Split Point Turning on this setting disables recall of the split point setting. Off, On Transpose Turning on this setting disables recall of the transpose setting.
  • Page 82 Configuring Digital Piano Settings ■ EQUALIZER Screen Adjusts the frequency characteristics of all tones. Item Description Setting Low Frequency Selects the low-range cutoff frequency. 50, 63, 80, 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500, 630, 800 (Hz) Low Gain Adjusts the low-range gain.
  • Page 83: Usb Flash Drive

    User MIDI One of the following memory data (pages two types of music data • MIDI files and CASIO format files stored on a EN-60, 1. Standard MIDI files USB flash drive can be loaded into the Digital EN-54) (MID) SMF Format 0 or Piano memory (page EN-60).
  • Page 84: Connecting A Usb Flash Drive To And Detaching It From The Digital Piano

    USB flash drive treaties. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held in any way liable for any use of this Digital Piano that is illegal under copyright laws.
  • Page 85: Formatting A Usb Flash Drive

    USB Flash Drive Formatting a USB Flash Drive Saving Digital Piano Data to a USB Flash Drive Digital Piano memory data (MIDI recorder songs) can • Be sure to format a USB flash drive on the Digital be saved to a USB flash drive. Piano before using it for the first time.
  • Page 86: Loading Data From A Usb Flash Drive To Digital Piano Memory

    USB Flash Drive Loading Data from a USB Deleting Data from a USB Flash Drive to Digital Piano Flash Drive Memory Use the following procedure to delete USB flash drive data (files). You can use the procedure below to load data from a USB flash drive into Digital Piano memory.
  • Page 87: Connecting To A Computer

    Configure the music software settings to • For the latest news about supported operating systems, visit the website at the URL below. select “CASIO USB-MIDI” as the MIDI device. • For information about how to select the MIDI device, see the user documentation that comes with the music software you are using.
  • Page 88: Using Midi

    • For detailed specifications and connections that apply to MIDI data send and receive by this Digital Piano, see the latest support information provided by the website at the following URL. Using MIDI What is MIDI? The letters MIDI stand for Musical Instrument Digital...
  • Page 89: Reference

    Reference Error Messages One of the error messages below appears on the display when a problem occurs. • To clear an error message and return to the normal display, touch br EXIT on the display. Display Message Cause Action No Media 1.
  • Page 90: Troubleshooting

    Reference Troubleshooting Problem Cause Action Page No sound is produced when I 1. The VOLUME controller is set to 1. Rotate the VOLUME controller more EN-7 press a keyboard key. “MIN”. towards “MAX”. 2. Headphones or an adaptor plug is 2.
  • Page 91 Reference Problem Cause Action Page When I press a button, the Performing a button operation while playing with the Duet Mode, Auto Accompaniment, the note that is sounding cuts out recorder, or other functions can cause such phenomena when the Digital Piano switches momentarily or there is a internal tone effects.
  • Page 92: Product Specifications

    Reference Product Specifications Model PX-560MBE Keyboard 88-key piano keyboard • Velocity resolution: 16,256 maximum • Layer, Split • Duet: 4 octaves (–2 to 0 to +2) • Transpose: 2 octaves (–12 to 0 to +12) • Octave shift: 4 octaves (–2 to 0 to +2) •...
  • Page 93 Reference Inputs/Outputs • PHONES jacks: Stereo mini jacks × 2 • Pedal Jacks: Standard jacks × 2 • Power: 12V DC • MIDI OUT/IN terminals • LINE IN R, L/MONO jacks: Standard jacks × 2 Ω Input impedance: 9.0K Input voltage: 200mV •...
  • Page 94: Operating Precautions

    CASIO is prohibited under copyright laws. • With a model that has a recording function or other • IN NO EVENT SHALL CASIO BE LIABLE FOR data storage function, be sure to back up any data ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING,...
  • Page 95 Reference AC Adaptor Handling Precautions Model: AD-A12150LW 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions on hand. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this product near water. 6. Clean only with a dry cloth. 7.
  • Page 96 Reference STLport Copyright 1994 Hewlett-Packard Company Copyright 1996,97 Silicon Graphics Computer Systems, Inc. Copyright 1997 Moscow Center for SPARC Technology. Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation.
  • Page 97: Information

    Information/Información Fingering Guide/Guía de digitación Fingered 1, Fingered 2 Chords/Acordes Fingered 1, Fingered 2 *1 *3 *2 *3 Cdim Cadd9 Caug Cmadd9 Csus4 Cm69 Csus2 ( 9) ( 11) CmM7 Cdim7 (13) CdimM7 5 *3 (11) *3 5 *3 CmM7 (Root and 5th only) Caug7 (La raíz y la 5ta.
  • Page 98 Information/Información Fingered 3, Full Range Chords/ Acordes Fingered 3, Full Range In addition to the chords that can be fingered with Fingered 1 and Fingered 2, the following chords also are recognized. Además de los acordes que se pueden digitar con Fingered 1 y Fingered 2, también se pueden reconocer los siguientes acordes.
  • Page 99 Information/Información...
  • Page 100 Information/Información...
  • Page 101: Diagram

    Information/Información Part and MIDI Channel Assignments and Diagram/ Asignaciones de las partes y de los canales MIDI y diagrama Though this Digital Piano has a sound source that supports simultaneous play of 48 parts, the MIDI standard supports handling of information for up to a maximum of 16 parts. As a result, the 48 parts of the Digital piano are divided among three 16-part ports, resulting in the equivalent of three built-in 16-part MIDI sound sources.
  • Page 102: Block Diagram

    Information/Información *1 The port that accepts MIDI In messages is specified by the “MIDI In Port” setting of the MIDI screen. *2 The MIDI Out channel is specified by the “Keyboard Channel” setting of the MIDI screen. *3 Auto Accompaniment MIDI data settings are configured by the “Accomp Out” setting of the MIDI screen. *4 Use “Not used.”...
  • Page 105 This recycle mark indicates that the packaging conforms to the environmental protection legislation in Germany. Esta marca de reciclaje indica que el empaquetado se ajusta a la legislación de protección ambiental en Alemania. MA1506-A Printed in China...