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SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION

PRODUCT SAFETY MARKINGS: Yamaha electron- ic products may have either labels similar to the graphics shown below or molded/stamped facsimiles of these graphics on the enclosure. The explanation of these graphics appears on this page. Please observe all cau- tions indicated on this page and those indicated on the safety instruction section.

SEE BOTTOM OF ENCLOSURE OR LOWER FRONT PANEL FOR GRAPHIC SYMBOL MARKINGS

The exclamation point within the equi- lateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operat- ing and maintenance (servicing) instruc- tions in the literature accompanying the product.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within the equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the pres- ence of uninsulated dangerous volt- age within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All Yamaha electronic prod- ucts are tested and approved by an independent safety testing laboratory in order that you may be sure that when it is properly installed and used in its normal and customary manner, all foreseeable risks have been elimi- nated. 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. Implied warran- ties may also be affected.

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE: The information contained in this manual is believed to be correct at the time of printing. However, Yamaha re- serves the right to change or modify any of the specifica- tions without notice or obligation to update existing units.

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: Yamaha strives to pro- duce products that are both user safe and environmental- ly friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the production methods used to produce them, meet these goals. In keeping with both the letter and the spirit of the law, we want you to be aware of the following:

Battery Notice: This product MAY contain a small non- rechargeable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in place. The average life span of this type of battery is ap- proximately five years. When replacement becomes nec- cessary, contact a qualified service representative to perform the replacement.

Warning: Do not attempt to recharge, disassemble, or incinerate this type of battery. Keep all batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by applicable laws. Note: In some areas, the servicer is required by law to return the defective parts. However, you do have the option of having the servicer dispose of these parts for you.

Disposal Notice: Should this product become damaged beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is con- sidered to be at an end, please observe all local, state, and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of prod- ucts that contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc.

NOTICE: Service charges incurred due to lack of knowledge relating to how a function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the manufacturers warranty, and are therefore the owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your dealer before requesting service.

NAME PLATE LOCATION: The graphic below indi- cates the location of the name plate. The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate. You should record the model number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING When using any electrical or electronic product, basic precautions should always be followed. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:

Read these instructions.

Keep these instructions.

Heed all warnings.

Follow all instructions.

Do not use this apparatus near water.

Clean only with dry cloth.

Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in ac- cordance with the manufacturers instructions.

Do not install near any heat sources such as radia- tors, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (in- cluding amplifiers) that produce heat.

Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are pro- vided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for re- placement of the obsolete outlet.

Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience recepta- cles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the appa- ratus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus com- bination to avoid injury from tip-over.

Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

This product shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

Do not put burning items, such as candles, on the apparatus.

Do not place this product or any other objects on the power cord or place it in a position where any- one could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over power or connecting cords of any kind. The use of an extension cord is not recommended! If you must use an extension cord, the minimum wire size for a 25 cord (or less) is 18 AWG. NOTE: The smaller the AWG number, the larger the current handling capacity. For longer extension cords, consult a local electrician.

WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or mois- ture.

Care should be taken that objects do not fall and liq- uids are not spilled into the enclosure through any openings that may exist.

This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be ca- pable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT operate for a long period of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hear- ing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist. IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before damage occurs.

Some Yamaha products may have benches and/or accessory mounting fixtures that are either supplied as a part or the product or as optional accessories. Some of these items are designed to be dealer as- sembled or installed. Please make sure that benches are stable and any optional fixtures (where applica- ble) are well secured BEFORE using. Benches sup- plied by Yamaha are designed for seating only. No other uses are recommended.

This product shall be connected to a MAINS socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.

This product has a power switch for shutting off all system. The switch is located on the Power Supply Unit nearby the entrance of the AC cord. Note that the switch on the Controller does not shutdown all system.

Make sure that the plug of the Power Supply Units power cable can easily be disconnected from the AC outlet as a measure of precaution.

Outlets for Speakers Connect speakers of 2A or less of totals. Do not con-

nect other products except speakers.

Consult Yamaha service technician when using the outlets outside the purchased area.

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The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.

COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT (DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURE)

Responsible Party : Yamaha Corporation of America Address : 6600 Orangethorpe Avenue, Buena Park, CA 90620 USA Telephone : 1-714-522-9011 Fax : 1-714-522-9301 Type of Equipment : Player Piano Model Name : DGB1KENST, DGN1ENST, DGB1KENCL, DGN1ENCL, DGC1ENST, DGC2ENST, DC1XENST, DC2XENST,

DC3XENST, DC3XENPRO, DC5XENPRO, DC6XENPRO, DC7XENPRO, DS4ENPRO, DS6ENPRO, DS3XENPRO, DS5XENPRO, DS6XENPRO, DS7XENPRO, DCF4ENPRO, DCF6ENPRO, DCFXENPRO, DU1ENST, DYUS1ENST, DYUS3ENST, DYUS5ENST

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation. See user manual instructions if interference to radio reception is suspected.

FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.) 1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!

This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.

2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.

3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class B digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit OFF and ON, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures: Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference. Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s. In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type cable. 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

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Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha Disklavier! The Disklavier is a fascinating instrument that integrates a classic Yamaha acoustic piano with innovative electronics to suit your entertainment, educational, and creative needs, while retaining the tone, touch and long-term value that have long made Yamaha pianos the worlds finest.

Before using your Disklavier piano, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.

Notes on Source Code Distribution For three years after the factory shipment, you may request from Yamaha the source code for any portions of the product which are licensed under the GNU General Public License by writing to the following address:

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.

Note that we shall bear no responsibility whatsoever for any damage arising from changes (additions/ deletions) made to the software for this product by a third party other than Yamaha (or party authorized by Yamaha).

Note that re-use of source code released to the public domain by Yamaha is unguaranteed, and Yamaha shall not bear any responsibility whatsoever for the source code.

Trademarks & Copyrights The contents of this manual and the copyrights thereof are under exclusive ownership by Yamaha

Corporation.

Yamaha, Disklavier, Disklavier ENSPIRE, DisklavierRadio, PianoSoft, and PianoSoftPlus are trademarks of Yamaha Corporation.

Disklavier ENSPIRE software, Copyright 2016 Yamaha Corporation.

This contains programs licensed under the GNU General Public License, GNU Lesser General Public License, the BSD Copyright, the Artistic License, and others.

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)

App Store is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc.

The company names and product names in this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Welcome to the Yamaha DisklavierTM!

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Read the following before operating the Disklavier.

Warnings Do not locate the Disklavier in a place subject to

excessive heat, low temperatures, or direct sunlight. This could be a fire hazard and may damage the finish and internal parts.

Excessive humidity or dust can lead to fire or electric shock.

Connect the plug on the Disklavier power cable to a compatible AC outlet. Failure to do so will present a fire and electric shock hazard. If the power cable plug is not compatible with your AC outlet, consult your dealer.

Do not plug several devices into the same AC outlet. This can overload the AC outlet, and lead to a fire and electric shock hazard. It may also affect the performance of some devices.

Do not place heavy objects on the power cable. A damaged power cable is a potential fire and electric shock hazard. If the power cable runs under a carpet, make sure heavy objects, including the Disklavier, are not placed on top of the cable.

If the power cable is damaged (i.e. cut or a bare wire is exposed), ask your dealer for a replacement. Using the Disklavier in this condition is a fire and shock hazard.

When disconnecting the power cable from an AC outlet, always pull from the plug. Never pull the cable. Damaging the cable in this way is a potential fire and electric shock hazard.

The cover of the unit should be removed only by qualified service technicians.

Do not place liquid containers such as vases, potted plants, glasses, cosmetic bottles, medicines, etc., on top of the Disklavier.

Do not try to modify the Disklavier, as this could lead to a fire or electric shock hazard.

When moving the Disklavier to another location, turn off the power, remove the power plug from the AC outlet, and remove all cables connected to external devices.

Cautions Turn off all audio devices when connecting to

the Disklavier. Refer to the users guide for each device. Use the correct cables and connect as specified.

Set the volume level on all the devices to minimum before applying power.

Do not play the Disklavier at a high volume for extended periods; you may damage your hearing. This is especially important when using headphones. If you think your hearing ability is impaired, consult your doctor.

If the Disklavier is overexposed to high amounts of stress caused by the prolonged playback of extreme concentrations of data the Disklaviers thermal relay may trip. The thermal relay will automatically reset when the Disklavier has cooled down.

If you notice any abnormality such as smoke, odor, or noise turn off the Disklavier immediately, and remove the power plug from the AC outlet. Consult your dealer for repair.

If a foreign object or water gets inside the Disklavier turn it off immediately, and remove the power plug from the AC outlet. Consult your dealer.

If you plan not to use the Disklavier for a long period of time (such as when you are on vacation), disconnect the instrument from the power outlets.

Always remove the power plug from the AC outlet before cleaning the Disklavier. Leaving the power plug connected presents a risk of electric shock.

Do not use benzene, thinner, cleaning detergent, or a chemical cloth to clean the Disklavier.

Do not place metal objects with rubber feet on top of the Disklavier. The color and finish of the Disklavier can be damaged.

Do not place heavy objects on the Disklavier. Doing so can damage the Disklavier.

Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the Disklavier. However, if you discover a stain, carefully use a soft damp cloth to remove it.

Interference The Disklavier uses high-frequency digital

circuits that may cause interference to radios and TVs placed close to it. If interference does occur, relocate the affected equipment.

Please keep this manual for future reference.

Important Precautions

Table of Contents

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Chapter 1 Introduction ...........................1

Features.................................................................1

Items Supplied with the Disklavier .........................1

Names of Parts and Their Functions......................2

Compatible Media and File Format ........................6

Basic Disklavier Terminology .................................7

Chapter 2 Getting Started ....................8

Connecting the AC Power Cable ...........................8

Turning the Power On/Off ......................................8

Connecting the Disklavier and Smart Device

to a Network .........................................................10

Choosing the Network Connection Method..........11

Wireless Network Connection by WPS................13

Wired Network Connection ..................................14

Direct Wireless Connection..................................15

Using the ENSPIRE Controller App .....................16

IDC Registration...................................................16

Chapter 3 Other Settings ....................17

Updating the Disklavier ........................................17

Initializing Network Settings .................................18

Chapter 4 Troubleshooting.................19

Error Indications ...................................................21

Chapter 5 Glossary .................................22

Chapter 6 Specifications .....................24

General Specifications .........................................24

Appendix XG Voice List....................A-1

XG Drum Kit List ............A-4

MIDI Data Format ..........A-6

MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART

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The Disklavier ENSPIRE offers many valuable features that open up new musical possibilities for you to explore. Here are brief explanations of such features:

Automatic performance from a real acoustic piano 500 well-known piano pieces are stored internally, ranging in genre from classical right through to popular

music and jazz, there for you to enjoy as the mood takes you. Songs including vocals from Yamaha artists even allow you to experience the atmosphere of a live performance, and Yamaha also provides the 24- hour DisklavierRadio streaming service.

Simple, intuitive operation Use a tablet or smartphone for easy operation.

Choose from 500 piano pieces stored in the internal memory or purchased songs, letting you create your own unique playlists of favorites.

Use the buttons on the switch box for easy playback. The buttons are in an unobtrusive location, meaning you can enjoy the authentic appearance of an acoustic piano in your living space.

Check that the following items are supplied with your Disklavier:

Monitor speaker 1

Monitor speaker installation kit 1

Owners manual 1

Built-in song list 1

Music book 50 greats for the Piano 1

USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) 1

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POWER button Turns the Disklavier on or off.

VOLUME +/ buttons For adjusting the volume.

PLAY/PAUSE button For starting and pauses playback.

Playback starts from the last loaded song before turning the power off.

If the last song cannot be loaded, playback starts from the first song of the internal demo songs.

HEADPHONE jack Used to connect the headphones. Connecting headphones mutes the sound from the monitor speakers. Caution: To prevent damage to your hearing, refrain from raising the

volume to excessive levels, and do not use the headphones for extended periods of time.

Do not pull the headphone cord or apply excessive force on the plug. This can damage the headphone and lead to sound output malfunction.

Note: The sound of the acoustic piano remains even when the headphones are connected.

USB port Used to connect the USB flash memory. Note: The unit cannot detect the USB flash memory if two or more memory devices are connected at the same time.

POWER indicator Shows the power status.

Error indicator Flashes when some error has occurred. See Error Indications on page 21.

VOLUME indicators These display the volume level (10 steps). Each indicator shows the volume in 2 steps with brightness.

PLAY/PAUSE indicator Shows the playback status.

Names of Parts and Their Functions

Switch Box (Front and Bottom Panel) Front panel

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Condition Status Lit The power is turned on.

Dim lit The power is turned off (standby).

Flashing The unit is shutting down.

Slow flashing The unit is starting up.

Condition Status Lit The song is being played back.

Turning off The song playback is paused or stopped.

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AUTO PLAY switch For activating or deactivating the auto play function. If you leave the switch set to ON, playback automatically starts when the power is turned on.

AUTO OFF MODE switch For activating or deactivating the auto power-off function. Set this switch to ON to turn the power off automatically if you do not use the Disklavier for the time specified with the ENSPIRE Controller app.

Note: When set to ON, the Disklavier automatically turns off under the following conditions (for the specified time): No operation has been performed on the switch box. No operation has been performed on the ENSPIRE Controller

app. The keyboard has not been played. The Disklavier has not received the MIDI data.

MAINTENANCE button For service personnel only. Do not touch this button.

USB port Used to connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01).

Note: The unit cannot detect the USB flash memory if two or more memory devices are connected at the same time.

WLAN switch For setting the method for wireless LAN connection when connecting the USB wireless LAN adaptor to the USB port. See Connecting the Disklavier and Smart Device to a Network on page 10.

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USB (To DEVICE) port Used to connect the USB flash memory.

Note: The unit cannot detect the USB flash memory if two or more memory devices are connected at the same time.

LAN port Used to connect the router or hub using an Ethernet cable.

USB (To HOST) port Used to connect the computer using a USB cable.

MIDI IN/OUT jacks Used to connect to the MIDI input or output jacks of external MIDI devices using MIDI cables.

DIGITAL OUT jack Used to connect to the digital input jack of an external audio device using a digital coaxial cable.

OMNI (SYNC) IN/OUT jacks Used to connect to the input or output jacks of external audio devices using RCA cables.

OUTPUT jacks Used to connect the monitor speakers.

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LOW/HIGH volume controls For adjusting the bass/treble sound volume.

Power indicator Lights up while the speaker is turned on.

LINE 1/2 volume controls For adjusting the sound volume of each line input.

Note: For normal use, turn down the LINE 2 volume completely, and turn up the LINE 1 volume to the three oclock position.

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Compatible Device

Caution: Do not remove the USB flash

memory or turn on or off the power during data transfer as breakage may result.

Do not insert and remove the USB flash memory too frequently as breakage may result.

Be careful not to bump the USB flash memory with your legs when it is connected to the unit.

Do not insert any objects other than the USB flash memory into the USB port as it may become unusable.

Note: Yamaha does not assure the operation of the commercially available USB flash memories.

USB Flash Memory The USB flash memory should be formatted in FAT16 or FAT32 file

system.

Check that the USB flash memory is free of memory and software protection before attempting to use it, as these kinds of protection will prohibit access to the memory.

The Disklavier is USB 2.0 compliant. You can also connect USB 3.0 devices, however data will be transferred at USB 2.0 speeds.

Compatible File Formats The Disklavier can handle these four types of file format:

Compatible Media and File Format

Song Format

File Format Extension

MIDI SMF0 Standard MIDI File format 0 for playback.

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SMF1 Standard MIDI File format 1 for playback only.

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Audio WAV Uncompressed audio file format commonly used to create standard audio CDs. The Disklavier can play back 44.1kHz/16bit stereo WAV files.

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MP3 Compressed audio file format commonly used in computers and smart devices.

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The following is a list of several basic Disklavier words that you may need to know before proceeding with operational procedures in this manual. For additional Disklavier terminology, see the glossary provided in Chapter 5.

Ensemble Song An ensemble song contains the same left- and right-hand parts as an L/R song, and extra tracks that are played by the internal XG tone generator. Accompanying tracks can include acoustic bass, drums, strings, vibes, etc.

L/R Song In an L/R song, the left-hand piano part is stored on track 1 (L) and the right-hand piano part is stored on track 2 (R). During playback you can cancel either part, and practice that part yourself.

MIDI An acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. MIDI allows electronic musical instruments to communicate with each other.

PianoSoft PianoSoft software contains prerecorded songs made by Yamaha for use with the Disklavier series. Many titles are available, and among the many musical styles included are classical, jazz, and popular. Selections include songs for listening enjoyment, piano study disks for the piano student, and accompaniments for vocal and instrumental practice. PianoSoft is sometimes used as a generic term for PianoSoft and PianoSoftPlus.

PianoSoftAudio PianoSoftAudio software contains real audio and MIDI signals for playing back on the Disklavier.

PianoSoftPlus PianoSoftPlus software contains prerecorded ensemble songs featuring instrumental accompaniment that can be played back on the Disklavier.

Song A song usually means a short piece of music with lyrics. However, in the Disklavier manuals the term song is used to refer to any piece of music.

Tone Generator An electronic device that generates instrument voices. The Disklavier has an internal XG tone generator that can produce nearly 480 instrumental and percussion voices.

Voice The sounds produced by a tone generator reproducing various instruments.

XG Yamaha XG is an extension of the GM (General MIDI) format. With greater polyphony, more voices, and effects, it improves song compatibility between MIDI devices. When a song in the Yamaha XG format is played on another XG compatible tone generator or synthesizer, it will play and sound as the original composer/creator intended.

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Warning: Use the AC power cable attached to the piano. Use of other AC power cables may result in damage, overheating, or fire.

Connect the AC power cable extending from the piano to the AC wall outlet.

Caution: Do not stretch the cable or bend its

ends. Do not attempt to use the cable if it

is stretched or if the ends of the cable have been bent. Attempting to do so may cause interruptions to the power supply.

Always turn off the main unit power before disconnecting the AC power cable.

When you wish to move the piano, unplug the AC power cable from the AC outlet before proceeding.

Unplug the AC power cable from the AC outlet if you do not intend to use the instrument for an extended period of time.

Turning the Power On

Make sure that the main switch on the power supply unit is turned on.

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Press the POWER button.

The POWER indicator flashes slowly (every one second).

After several seconds, the POWER indicator lights up. Your Disklavier is now ready for use.

Turning the Power Off (Standby)

Press the POWER button.

The POWER indicator flashes (every 0.5 seconds).

After several seconds, the POWER indicator lights up dimly.

Setting the Auto Power-off Function You can turn the power off automatically if you do not use the Disklavier for the time specified with the ENSPIRE Controller app.

Set the AUTO OFF MODE switch on the rear of the switch box.

Note: When set to ON, the Disklavier automatically turns off under the following conditions: No operation is performed on the

switch box. No operation is performed on the

ENSPIRE Controller app. The keyboard is not being played. The Disklavier does not receive

the MIDI data.

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The auto power-off function is activated. The Disklavier is automatically turned off if you do not use it for the time specified with the ENSPIRE Controller app.

OFF The auto power-off function is deactivated. Use the POWER button to turn the power off.

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Note: The Disklavier ENSPIRE attempts

to achieve a balance between security and usability in its network implementation. However, a determined hacker may be able to defeat these security measures and utilize the network of the purchaser in an unauthorized manner. Since each network is different, only the purchaser can determine whether the security measures discussed here will adequately protect their network.

The purchaser acknowledges that connection to the Internet and use of the Disklavier ENSPIRE Internet features is done at the risk of the purchaser. In no event shall Yamaha, its subsidiaries or Yamahas and/or its subsidiaries directors, officers, or employees be responsible for unauthorized access, loss or alteration of the data of the purchaser or be liable for any damage from intrusions.

By connecting your Disklavier and smart device to a network, you can enjoy a variety of features through the Internet Direct Connection (IDC) services or control the Disklavier using your smart device (ENSPIRE Controller app).

To fully control your Disklavier with the ENSPIRE Controller app, you must connect your Disklavier and smart device. Here is the summary for connection:

Preparations To use the Internet connection, you will first need to subscribe to an

Internet service or provider.

Use a computer to obtain and configure Internet service. You cannot obtain Internet service or configure router settings on a local area network using the Disklavier itself.

Connecting the Disklavier and Smart Device to a Network

Internet Direct Connection (IDC) Internet Direct Connection (IDC) is a feature that allows you to connect your Disklavier directly to the Internet. IDC users are able to listen to a streaming broadcast (DisklavierRadio), and receive valuable information such as product updates. Your Disklavier can be upgraded remotely as new technologies and services are developed through the IDC service.

Install the ENSPIRE Controller app to your smart device (page 16).3

Search for the Disklavier using the ENSPIRE Controller app and connect to it (page 16).4

Choose the connection method (page 11).1

Connect your Disklavier and smart device to a network (page 13 to 15).2

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You can use one of the three methods of connections below. Select one which is most suitable for your network environment.

Wireless Network Connection by WPS ( page 13) Choose this if you have a wireless router (access point) that supports WPS. Connection will be established via a wireless router (access point).

Requirements: USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01)

Wireless router (access point) that supports WPS

Choosing the Network Connection Method

WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) WPS is a wireless networking standard that makes connections between a router and wireless devices faster and easier. A router with WPS functionality is required to use WPS. Consult your wireless router (access point) specifications for compatibility information.

Wireless router (access point) Internet

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Wired Network Connection ( page 14) Note: Use an STP (shielded twisted pair) cable for connection.

Choose this if you have a wireless router (access point) that does not support WPS. Connection will be established via wireless router (access point).

Requirements:

Ethernet cable

Wireless router (access point)

Direct Wireless Connection ( page 15) Note: If the Disklavier is connected directly to your smart device, no Internet access is available on your smart device.

Choose this if you do not have a wireless router (access point) or there is no wireless router (access point) available nearby. You can use the Disklavier as an access point to establish a direct wireless connection between the Disklavier and your smart device.

Requirements: USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01)

Ethernet cable

Wireless router (access point) Internet

Wireless LAN

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Note: To check whether your wireless router (access point) supports WPS, refer to the owners manual supplied with your wireless router (access point).

If your wireless router (access point) supports WPS, you can easily connect the Disklavier to a network just by following the procedures below, without making any additional settings, such as entering a password.

Press the POWER button to turn the power off.

Connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) to the USB port on the rear of the switch box.

Check that the WLAN switch on the rear of the switch box is set to RT.

Note: On powering up, the display may indicate an error message that flashes in red, reading The wireless router (access point) is not found. However, you can safely ignore the error, and proceed to step 5.

Press the POWER button to turn the power on.

Hold down the WPS button on the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) for at least five seconds.

The LED lamp on the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) flashes every 0.5 seconds.

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Note: For details on the WPS setting, refer to the owners manual supplied with your wireless router (access point).

Press the WPS button on your wireless router (access point) within two minutes after step 5.

When the Disklavier is successfully connected to the wireless router (access point), the LED lamp on the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) lights up.

Connection between the Disklavier and the wireless router (access point) is now established. Once the Disklavier is connected to your wireless router (access point) by WPS, the setting will be remembered by the Disklavier, and you will not need to repeat this process the next time.

Note: For details on the Wi-Fi setting, refer to the owners manual supplied with your smart device.

Open the Wi-Fi setting screen on your smart device.

Enable the Wi-Fi function.

From the network list shown on the screen, tap on the network to which you connected your Disklavier.

If necessary, enter a password, and then connect.

If your wireless router (access point) does not support WPS, you can connect the Disklavier to a wireless router (access point) using an Ethernet cable.

Press the POWER button to turn the power off.

Connect the wireless router (access point) to the LAN port on the control center unit using an Ethernet cable.

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Note: For details on the DHCP setting, refer to the owners manual supplied with your wireless router (access point).

Enable the DHCP server function on the wireless router (access point).

Press the POWER button to turn the power on.

Connection between the Disklavier and the wireless router (access point) is automatically established in approximately 15 to 20 seconds.

Note: For details on the Wi-Fi setting, refer to the owners manual supplied with your smart device.

Open the Wi-Fi setting screen on your smart device.

Enable the Wi-Fi function.

From the network list shown on the screen, tap on the network to which you connected your Disklavier.

If necessary, enter a password, and then connect.

Note: If the Disklavier is connected directly to your smart device, no Internet access is available on your smart device.

You can use the Disklavier as an access point to establish a direct wireless connection between the Disklavier and your smart device.

Press the POWER button to turn the power off.

Connect the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) to the USB port on the rear of the switch box.

Note: As a default, the WLAN switch is set to the RT position.

Set the WLAN switch on the rear of the switch box to AP.

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Press the POWER button to turn the power on.

When the Disklavier is set as an access point, the LED lamp on the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) lights up.

Now your Disklavier is available as an access point.

Note: For details on the Wi-Fi setting, refer to the owners manual supplied with your smart device.

Open the Wi-Fi setting screen on your smart device.

Enable the Wi-Fi function.

Note: [DKV**********] differs depending on each Disklavier.

From the network list shown on the screen, tap on [DKV**********].

Installing the App Note:To connect your smart device to the Disklavier, you must install the

ENSPIRE Controller app to your smart device.

For details, search for ENSPIRE Controller on the App Store or Google Play.

Connecting Your Smart Device to the Disklavier After you have connected your smart device to a network, open the ENSPIRE Controller app and select the Disklavier from the list. Tapping the Disklavier name will open the control screen of that Disklavier.

Note: If you have already registered for

the IDC service with any other instrument, you do not need to register again. You can use your ID and password obtained through that registration.

Some IDC service functions do not require an ID and password.

To use the IDC service, initial registration is required using an Internet- connected computer.

Please register at the following website: https://member.yamaha.com/myproduct/regist/

Once you have an IDC account, you will interact with that account using the ENSPIRE Controller app. To use the full IDC service, you are required to enter your registered ID (e-mail address) and password on the ENSPIRE Controller app.

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The application supports iOS and Android devices.

For details on the application, refer to the description on the download site.

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Other Settings

Note: To update your Disklavier, you

will need a USB flash memory with 2GB or more of free space.

You can also update your Disklavier using the ENSPIRE Controller app. To update your Disklavier using the app, Internet connection is required.

You can update the Disklavier firmware using USB flash memory.

Download the update program file.

You can download the update program from the following site: http://download.yamaha.com/

Note: It is recommended that the USB flash memory only contains the update program file.

Copy en_update.bin included in the downloaded file to the root directory of the USB flash memory.

Press the POWER button to turn the power off.

Connect the USB flash memory to the USB port on the front of the switch box.

Important: DO NOT turn the power off or disconnect the USB flash memory during update.

Holding the PLAY/PAUSE button, press the POWER button.

The POWER indicator flashes, and the Disklavier enters the update mode.

If any available update program is detected, the Disklavier starts to update. The update progress is indicated with the VOLUME indicators.

When the update is complete, the Disklavier restarts automatically. After the Disklavier restarts, check the firmware version using the ENSPIRE Controller app.

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If the ENSPIRE Controller app cannot connect to your Disklavier due to the improper network settings, follow the procedure below to initialize network settings on your Disklavier.

Press the POWER button to turn the power off.

Holding the VOLUME +/ buttons, press the POWER button.

After the unit is turned on, restart the ENSPIRE Controller app.

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Troubleshooting

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 Disklavier does not turn on. Make sure that the main switch on the power supply

unit is turned on.

Make sure that the AC power cable is securely connected to a suitable AC wall outlet.

If the Disklavier still cannot be turned on, disconnect it from the AC wall outlet, and consult your Disklavier dealer.

Switch Box

Symptom Remedy The switch box does not appear to work correctly. Turn off the switch box, wait 5 seconds, then turn it

back on. If the problem continues, consult your Disklavier dealer.

The switch box becomes hot. The chassis of the switch box may become hot depending on usage conditions.

Monitor Speaker

Symptom Remedy No sound is heard from the monitor speaker. Make sure that the POWER switch on the monitor

speaker is turned on.

Make sure that the monitor speaker is connected to the OUTPUT jacks on the control center unit with the supplied speaker cord.

Make sure that the overall volume is adequately turned up.

Make sure that the volume of the internal tone generator, audio and voice are adequately turned up.

Playback

Symptom Remedy None of the playback functions can be used. Insert a USB flash memory that contains songs into the

Disklavier.

The Disklavier does not read a song file. Make sure that the name of the SMF song has the extension of .mid and the audio song has .wav or .mp3.

Some notes drop out during playback. When a piano song is played back at a low volume, complex note trills and faint pianissimo passages sometimes drop out. In such cases, increase the Disklaviers volume level.

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Network

Symptom Remedy The Disklavier cannot connect to the Internet via a wireless router (access point).

Make sure that the wireless router (access point) is turned on.

The Disklavier and the wireless router (access point) might be too far apart. Place the Disklavier and the wireless router (access point) closer to each other.

There might be an obstacle between the Disklavier and the wireless router (access point). Move the wireless router (access point) to a location where there are no obstacles between them.

If you connect the Disklavier and the wireless router (access point) using an Ethernet cable, enable the DHCP server function on your wireless router (access point).

Wireless network is not found. Microwave ovens or other wireless devices in your network area might disturb the wireless communication. Turn off these devices.

Access to the network is restricted by the firewall settings of the wireless router (access point). Check the firewall setting of the wireless router (access point).

The ENSPIRE Controller app does not detect the Disklavier.

The Disklavier and smart device are not on the same network. Check the network connections and settings on the wireless router (access point), and then connect the Disklavier and smart device to the same network.

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The error indicator may flash in red when some error has occurred. Refer to the table below for an explanation of the indication.

Example of Indication:

Error message also appears on the control screen of the ENSPIRE Controller app. To close the message, tap on Close on the pop-up.

Pressing any of VOLUME +/ or PLAY/PAUSE buttons turns off the error indicator, and the VOLUME indicators return to the previous status.

Error Indications

Indication Situation Remedy

Firmware update is failed. Turn the power off. Download the update program and try to update the firmware again. If the problem still persists, consult your Yamaha piano dealer.

Two or more USB flash memories are connected at the same time.

You can use only one USB flash memory at a time. Disconnect the other USB flash memory.

The USB flash memory is protected.

Unprotect the USB flash memory.

The wireless router (access point) is not found.

Make sure that the wireless router (access point) is turned on.

If you connect the Disklavier and the wireless router (access point) using an Ethernet cable, make sure that the cable is firmly connected to the wireless router (access point).

The Disklavier cannot obtain the IP address.

Check the settings of your network devices.

The central signal processor does not work properly.

Consult your Yamaha piano dealer. If you are using the ENSPIRE Controller app, please tell them the message on the screen.

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This glossary provides basic definitions of terms used frequently in Disklavier manuals.

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DHCP This is a standard or protocol by which IP addresses and other low-level network configuration information can be dynamically and automatically assigned each time a connection is made to the Internet.

General MIDI (GM) An addition to the MIDI standard that simplifies the transfer of MIDI song files between instruments of different manufacturers. A MIDI song recorded using a GM compatible tone generator should play back correctly when used with any GM compatible tone generator. The standard specifies that a GM compatible tone generator must support 24-note polyphony, 16 parts, and 128 standard voices.

Internet A huge network made up of networks, the Internet allows high-speed data transfer among computers, mobile phones and other devices.

ISP (Internet Service Provider) A communications business that offers Internet connection services. In order to connect to the Internet, it is necessary to have active service with an Internet service provider.

LAN Short for Local Area Network, this is a data-transfer network that connects a group of computers at a single location (such as an office or home) by means of a special cable.

MIDI An acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. MIDI allows electronic musical instruments to communicate with each other.

PianoSoft PianoSoft software contains prerecorded songs made by Yamaha specifically for use with the Disklavier.

PianoSoftPlus PianoSoftPlus software contains Ensemble songs that can be played on the Disklavier.

Polyphony The maximum number of voices (or sounds) that can be produced at a time from MIDI instruments.

Router A device for connecting multiple computer networks. For example, a router is necessary when connecting several computers in a house or office, to allow all of them access the Internet and share data. A router is usually connected between a modem and a computer, although some modems have a built-in router.

SMF Abbreviation for Standard MIDI File.

SMF Song Format A song file format supported by MIDI sequencers and music software.

Song Normally, a short piece of music with lyrics. However, for clarity in Disklavier manuals, the term is used to refer to any piece of music of any genre.

Standard MIDI File A file of MIDI data that can be read and used by a number of different MIDI devices and computers.

USB An interface for connecting an external plug and play device. The Disklavier is equipped with three TO DEVICE ports with USB 2.0 standard and one TO HOST port. An external storage device, such as USB flash memory, can be used with the Disklavier by connecting it to a TO DEVICE port. Also the Disklavier enables you to enjoy a variety of MIDI features by connecting a computer to TO HOST port.

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XG 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 Yamaha XG format is played on another XG- compatible tone generator or synthesizer, it plays and sounds as the original composer/creator intended.

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) is a technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data or connect to the Internet wirelessly using radio waves. Wi-Fi offers the advantage of eliminating the complexity of making connections with network cables by using wireless connection. Only products that complete Wi-Fi Alliance interoperability tests can carry the Wi-Fi Certified trademark.

WPS WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a standard established by the Wi-Fi Alliance, which allows easy establishment of a wireless home network.

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General Specifications

Sensor System Pedal Sensors Damper pedal: Non-contact optical position-sensing system

Drive System Key Drive DSP drive system (non-servo)

Damper Drive DSP servo drive system (servo controlled solenoids)

Compatible Storage Media USB flash memory

Built-in Songs 500 songs

Compatible File Formats Standard MIDI File (SMF) format 0, Standard MIDI File (SMF) format 1, WAV, MP3

Compatible Song Formats PianoSoft, PianoSoftPlus, PianoSoftAudio

Switch Box

Buttons POWER , VOLUME /+, PLAY/PAUSE, MAINTENANCE

Switches AUTO PLAY, AUTO OFF MODE, WLAN

Dimension (W D H) 220 70 30 mm (8-11/16 2-3/4 1-3/16 inch)

Control Center Unit Dimension (W D H) 224 130 76 mm (8-13/16 5-1/8 3 inch)

Connectors

MIDI MIDI IN, MIDI OUT

Audio OUTPUT (monaural), OMNI (SYNC) IN (stereo), OMNI (SYNC) OUT (stereo), DIGITAL OUT

Others LAN, USB (To HOST 1, To DEVICE 3)

Tone Generator

Pitch Control 414.8 Hz to 466.8 Hz (tunable in 0.2 Hz increments)

Polyphony 256 notes (max.)

Parts 16 parts

Voice Module Modes XG, GM

Normal Voices 480 voices

Drum Kits 12 kits

Power Source AC 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz

Supplied Accessories Monitor speaker (1), Monitor speaker installation kit (1), Owners manual (1), Built-in song list (1), Music book 50 greats for the Piano (1), USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) (1)

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Voice Group Voice Name MSB LSB PRG Element Piano GrandPiano 0 0 1 2*

GrndPianoKSP 0 1 1 1 MellowGrPno 0 18 1 2 PianoStrings 0 40 1 2 Dream 0 41 1 2 BrightPiano 0 0 2 2 BritePnoKSP 0 1 2 1 ElecGrandPno 0 0 3 2 ElecGrPnoKSP 0 1 3 2 DetunedCP80 0 32 3 2 LayeredCP1 0 40 3 2 LayeredCP2 0 41 3 2 Honkytonk 0 0 4 2 HonkytonkKSP 0 1 4 2 El.Piano1 0 0 5 2 El.Piano1KSP 0 1 5 1 MellowEP1 0 18 5 2 ChorusEP1 0 32 5 2 HardEl.Piano 0 40 5 2 VXfadeEl.P1 0 45 5 2 60sEl.Piano1 0 64 5 1 El.Piano2 0 0 6 2 El.Piano2KSP 0 1 6 1 ChorusEP2 0 32 6 2 DXEPHard 0 33 6 2 DXLegend 0 34 6 2 DXPhaseEP 0 40 6 2 DX+AnalogEP 0 41 6 2 DXKotoEP 0 42 6 2 VXfadeEl.P2 0 45 6 2 Harpsichord 0 0 7 1 Harpsi.KSP 0 1 7 1 Harpsichord2 0 25 7 2 Harpsichord3 0 35 7 2 Clavi. 0 0 8 1 Clavi.KSP 0 1 8 1 Clavi.Wah 0 27 8 2 PulseClavi. 0 64 8 1 PierceClavi. 0 65 8 2

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Celesta 0 0 9 1 Glockenspiel 0 0 10 1 MusicBox 0 0 11 2 Orgel 0 64 11 2 Vibraphone 0 0 12 1 VibesKSP 0 1 12 1 HardVibes 0 45 12 2 Marimba 0 0 13 1 MarimbaKSP 0 1 13 1 SineMarimba 0 64 13 2 Balimba 0 97 13 2 LogDrums 0 98 13 2 Xylophone 0 0 14 1 TubularBells 0 0 15 1 ChurchBells 0 96 15 2 Carillon 0 97 15 2 Dulcimer 0 0 16 1 Dulcimer2 0 35 16 2 Cimbalom 0 96 16 2 Santur 0 97 16 2

Organ DrawbarOrgan 0 0 17 1 DetDrawOrgan 0 32 17 2 60sDrawOrg1 0 33 17 2 60sDrawOrg2 0 34 17 2 70sDrawOrg1 0 35 17 2 DrawbarOrg2 0 36 17 2 60sDrawOrg3 0 37 17 2 EvenBarOrg 0 38 17 2 16+22_3Org 0 40 17 2 OrganBass 0 64 17 1 70sDrawOrg2 0 65 17 2 CheezyOrgan 0 66 17 2 DrawbarOrg3 0 67 17 2 Perc.Organ 0 0 18 1 70sPercOrg1 0 24 18 2 DetPercOrgan 0 32 18 2 LightOrgan 0 33 18 2

Organ Perc.Organ2 0 37 18 2 RockOrgan 0 0 19 1 RotaryOrgan 0 64 19 2 SlowRotary 0 65 19 2 FastRotary 0 66 19 2 ChurchOrgan 0 0 20 2 ChurchOrgan3 0 32 20 2 ChurchOrgan2 0 35 20 2 NotreDame 0 40 20 2 OrganFlute 0 64 20 2 Trem.OrganFl 0 65 20 2 ReedOrgan 0 0 21 1 PuffOrgan 0 40 21 2 Accordion 0 0 22 1 AccordIt 0 32 22 2 Harmonica 0 0 23 1 Harmonica2 0 32 23 2 TangoAccord 0 0 24 1 TangoAccord2 0 64 24 2

Guitar NylonGuitar 0 0 25 1 NylonGuitar2 0 16 25 1 NylonGuitar3 0 25 25 2 VelGtrHarmo 0 43 25 1 Ukulele 0 96 25 1 SteelGuitar 0 0 26 1 SteelGuitar2 0 16 26 1 12StrGuitar 0 35 26 2 Nylon&Steel 0 40 26 2 Steel&Body 0 41 26 2 Mandolin 0 96 26 2 JazzGuitar 0 0 27 1 MellowGuitar 0 18 27 1 JazzAmp 0 32 27 2 CleanGuitar 0 0 28 1 ChorusGuitar 0 32 28 2 MutedGuitar 0 0 29 1 FunkGuitar1 0 40 29 2 MuteSteelGtr 0 41 29 2 FunkGuitar2 0 43 29 1 JazzMan 0 45 29 2 Overdriven 0 0 30 1 GuitarPinch 0 43 30 1 Distortion 0 0 31 1 FeedbackGtr 0 40 31 2 FeedbackGtr2 0 41 31 2 GtrHarmonics 0 0 32 1 GtrFeedback 0 65 32 1 GtrHarmonic2 0 66 32 1

Bass AcousticBass 0 0 33 1 JazzRhythm 0 40 33 2 VXUprghtBass 0 45 33 2 FingerBass 0 0 34 1 FingerDark 0 18 34 2 FlangeBass 0 27 34 2 Bass&DistEG 0 40 34 2 FingerSlap 0 43 34 1 FingerBass2 0 45 34 2 Mod.Bass 0 65 34 2 PickBass 0 0 35 1 MutePickBass 0 28 35 1 FretlessBass 0 0 36 1 Fretless2 0 32 36 2 Fretless3 0 33 36 2 Fretless4 0 34 36 2 Syn.Fretless 0 96 36 2 SmthFretless 0 97 36 2 SlapBass1 0 0 37 1 ResonantSlap 0 27 37 1 PunchThumb 0 32 37 2 SlapBass2 0 0 38 1 Velo.Sw.Slap 0 43 38 1 SynthBass1 0 0 39 1 SynBass1Dark 0 18 39 1 FastResoBass 0 20 39 1 AcidBass 0 24 39 1 ClaviBass 0 35 39 2

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Bass TechnoBass 0 40 39 2 Orbiter 0 64 39 2 SquareBass 0 65 39 1 RubberBass 0 66 39 2 Hammer 0 96 39 2 SynthBass2 0 0 40 2 MellowSyBass 0 6 40 1 SequenceBass 0 12 40 2 ClickSynBass 0 18 40 2 SynBass2Dark 0 19 40 1 SmoothSyBass 0 32 40 2 ModulrSyBass 0 40 40 2 DXBass 0 41 40 2 XWireBass 0 64 40 2

Strings Violin 0 0 41 1 SlwAtkViolin 0 8 41 1 Viola 0 0 42 1 Cello 0 0 43 1 Contrabass 0 0 44 1 Trem.Strings 0 0 45 1 SlwAtTremStr 0 8 45 1 SuspenseStr 0 40 45 2 PizzicatoStr 0 0 46 1 Orch.Harp 0 0 47 1 YangChin 0 40 47 2 Timpani 0 0 48 1

Ensemble Strings1 0 0 49 1 StereoStrngs 0 3 49 2 SlwAtkStrngs 0 8 49 1 ArcoStrings 0 24 49 2 60sStrings 0 35 49 2 Orchestra 0 40 49 2 Orchestra2 0 41 49 2 TremOrchstra 0 42 49 2 Velo.Strings 0 45 49 2 Strings2 0 0 50 1 S.SlowStrngs 0 3 50 2 LegatoStrngs 0 8 50 2 WarmStrings 0 40 50 2 Kingdom 0 41 50 2 70sStrings 0 64 50 1 Strings3 0 65 50 1 SynStrings1 0 0 51 2 ResoStrings 0 27 51 2 SynStrings4 0 64 51 2 SynStrings5 0 65 51 2 SynStrings2 0 0 52 2 ChoirAahs 0 0 53 1 StereoChoir 0 3 53 2 ChoirAahs2 0 16 53 2 MellowChoir 0 32 53 2 ChoirStrings 0 40 53 2 VoiceOohs 0 0 54 1 SynthVoice 0 0 55 1 SynthVoice2 0 40 55 2 Choral 0 41 55 2 AnalogVoice 0 64 55 1 OrchestraHit 0 0 56 2 OrchestrHit2 0 35 56 2 Impact 0 64 56 2

Brass Trumpet 0 0 57 1 Trumpet2 0 16 57 1 BriteTrumpet 0 17 57 2 WarmTrumpet 0 32 57 2 Trombone 0 0 58 1 Trombone2 0 18 58 2 Tuba 0 0 59 1 Tuba2 0 16 59 1 MutedTrumpet 0 0 60 1 FrenchHorn 0 0 61 1 Fr.HornSolo 0 6 61 1 FrenchHorn2 0 32 61 2 HornOrchestr 0 37 61 2 BrassSection 0 0 62 1 Tp&TbSection 0 35 62 2 BrassSect2 0 40 62 2 HighBrass 0 41 62 2 MellowBrass 0 42 62 2 SynthBrass1 0 0 63 2 QuackBrass 0 12 63 2 ResoSynBrass 0 20 63 2 PolyBrass 0 24 63 2

Voice Group Voice Name MSB LSB PRG Element Brass SynthBrass3 0 27 63 2

JumpBrass 0 32 63 2 AnaVelBrass1 0 45 63 2 AnalogBrass1 0 64 63 2 SynthBrass2 0 0 64 1 SoftBrass 0 18 64 2 SynthBrass4 0 40 64 2 ChoirBrass 0 41 64 2 AnaVelBrass2 0 45 64 2 AnalogBrass2 0 64 64 2

Reed SopranoSax 0 0 65 1 AltoSax 0 0 66 1 SaxSection 0 40 66 2 HyperAltoSax 0 43 66 1 TenorSax 0 0 67 1 BreathyTenor 0 40 67 2 SoftTenorSax 0 41 67 2 TenorSax2 0 64 67 1 BaritoneSax 0 0 68 1 Oboe 0 0 69 1 EnglishHorn 0 0 70 1 Bassoon 0 0 71 1 Clarinet 0 0 72 1

Pipe Piccolo 0 0 73 1 Flute 0 0 74 1 Recorder 0 0 75 1 PanFlute 0 0 76 1 BlownBottle 0 0 77 2 Shakuhachi 0 0 78 1 Whistle 0 0 79 1 Ocarina 0 0 80 1

Synth. Lead SquareLead 0 0 81 2 SquareLead2 0 6 81 1 LMSquare 0 8 81 2 Hollow 0 18 81 1 Shroud 0 19 81 2 Mellow 0 64 81 2 SoloSine 0 65 81 2 SineLead 0 66 81 1 SawtoothLead 0 0 82 2 SawtoothLd2 0 6 82 1 ThickSaw 0 8 82 2 DynamicSaw 0 18 82 1 DigitalSaw 0 19 82 2 BigLead 0 20 82 2 HeavySynth 0 24 82 2 WaspySynth 0 25 82 2 PulseSaw 0 40 82 2 Dr.Lead 0 41 82 2 VelocityLead 0 45 82 2 Seq.Analog 0 96 82 2 CalliopeLead 0 0 83 2 PureLead 0 65 83 2 ChiffLead 0 0 84 2 Rubby 0 64 84 2 CharangLead 0 0 85 2 DistortedLd 0 64 85 2 WireLead 0 65 85 2 VoiceLead 0 0 86 2 SynthAahs 0 24 86 2 VoxLead 0 64 86 2 FifthsLead 0 0 87 2 BigFive 0 35 87 2 Bass&Lead 0 0 88 2 Big&Low 0 16 88 2 Fat&Perky 0 64 88 2 SoftWhirl 0 65 88 2

Synth. Pad NewAgePad 0 0 89 2 Fantasy 0 64 89 2 WarmPad 0 0 90 2 ThickPad 0 16 90 2 SoftPad 0 17 90 2 SinePad 0 18 90 2 HornPad 0 64 90 2 RotaryStrngs 0 65 90 2 PolySynthPad 0 0 91 2 PolyPad80 0 64 91 2 ClickPad 0 65 91 2 AnalogPad 0 66 91 2 SquarePad 0 67 91 2 ChoirPad 0 0 92 2 Heaven 0 64 92 2

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Synth. Pad Itopia 0 66 92 2 CCPad 0 67 92 2 BowedPad 0 0 93 2 Glacier 0 64 93 2 GlassPad 0 65 93 2 MetallicPad 0 0 94 2 TinePad 0 64 94 2 PanPad 0 65 94 2 HaloPad 0 0 95 2 SweepPad 0 0 96 2 Shwimmer 0 20 96 2 Converge 0 27 96 2 PolarPad 0 64 96 2 Celestial 0 66 96 2

Synth. Effects Rain 0 0 97 2 ClaviPad 0 45 97 2 HarmoRain 0 64 97 2 AfricanWind 0 65 97 2 Carib 0 66 97 2 SoundTrack 0 0 98 2 Prologue 0 27 98 2 Ancestral 0 64 98 2 Crystal 0 0 99 2 SynthDr.Comp 0 12 99 2 Popcorn 0 14 99 2 TinyBells 0 18 99 2 RoundGlocken 0 35 99 2 GlockenChime 0 40 99 2 ClearBells 0 41 99 2 ChorusBells 0 42 99 2 SynthMallet 0 64 99 1 SoftCrystal 0 65 99 2 LoudGlocken 0 66 99 2 ChristmasBel 0 67 99 2 VibeBells 0 68 99 2 DigitalBells 0 69 99 2 AirBells 0 70 99 2 BellHarp 0 71 99 2 Gamelimba 0 72 99 2 Atmosphere 0 0 100 2 WarmAtmos. 0 18 100 2 HollwRelease 0 19 100 2 NylonElPiano 0 40 100 2 NylonHarp 0 64 100 2 HarpVox 0 65 100 2 Atmos.Pad 0 66 100 2 Planet 0 67 100 2 Brightness 0 0 101 2 FantasyBells 0 64 101 2 Smokey 0 96 101 2 Goblins 0 0 102 2 GoblinsSynth 0 64 102 2 Creeper 0 65 102 2 RingPad 0 66 102 2 Ritual 0 67 102 2 ToHeaven 0 68 102 2 Night 0 70 102 2 Glisten 0 71 102 2 BellChoir 0 96 102 2 Echoes 0 0 103 2 Echoes2 0 8 103 2 EchoPan 0 14 103 2 EchoBells 0 64 103 2 BigPan 0 65 103 2 SynthPiano 0 66 103 2 Creation 0 67 103 2 StarDust 0 68 103 2 Reso&Panning 0 69 103 2 Sci-Fi 0 0 104 2 Starz 0 64 104 2

Ethnic Sitar 0 0 105 1 DetunedSitar 0 32 105 2 Sitar2 0 35 105 2 Tambra 0 96 105 2 Tamboura 0 97 105 2 Banjo 0 0 106 1 MutedBanjo 0 28 106 1 Rabab 0 96 106 2 Gopichant 0 97 106 2 Oud 0 98 106 2 Shamisen 0 0 107 1 Koto 0 0 108 1

Voice Group Voice Name MSB LSB PRG Element Ethnic Taisho-kin 0 96 108 2

Kanoon 0 97 108 2 Kalimba 0 0 109 1 Bagpipe 0 0 110 2 Fiddle 0 0 111 1 Shanai 0 0 112 1 Shanai2 0 64 112 1 Pungi 0 96 112 1 Hichiriki 0 97 112 2

Percussive TinkleBell 0 0 113 2 Bonang 0 96 113 2 Altair 0 97 113 2 GamelanGongs 0 98 113 2 StereoGamlan 0 99 113 2 RamaCymbal 0 100 113 2 AsianBells 0 101 113 2 Agogo 0 0 114 2 SteelDrums 0 0 115 1 GlassPerc. 0 97 115 2 ThaiBells 0 98 115 2 Woodblock 0 0 116 1 Castanets 0 96 116 1 TaikoDrum 0 0 117 1 GranCassa 0 96 117 1 MelodicTom 0 0 118 2 MelodicTom2 0 64 118 1 RealTom 0 65 118 2 RockTom 0 66 118 2 SynthDrum 0 0 119 1 AnalogTom 0 64 119 1 ElectroPerc. 0 65 119 2 Rev.Cymbal 0 0 120 1

Sound Effects GtrFretNoise 0 0 121 1 BreathNoise 0 0 122 1 Seashore 0 0 123 2 BirdTweet 0 0 124 2 TelephonRing 0 0 125 1 Helicopter 0 0 126 1 Applause 0 0 127 1 Gunshot 0 0 128 1

SFX CuttingNoise 64 0 1 1 CuttingNoiz2 64 0 2 2 StringSlap 64 0 4 1 Fl.KeyClick 64 0 17 1 Shower 64 0 33 1 Thunder 64 0 34 1 Wind 64 0 35 1 Stream 64 0 36 2 Bubble 64 0 37 2 Feed 64 0 38 2 Dog 64 0 49 1 Horse 64 0 50 1 BirdTweet2 64 0 51 1 Ghost 64 0 55 2 Maou 64 0 56 2 PhoneCall 64 0 65 1 DoorSqueak 64 0 66 1 DoorSlam 64 0 67 1 ScratchCut 64 0 68 1 ScratchSplit 64 0 69 2 WindChime 64 0 70 1 TelphonRing2 64 0 71 1 CarEngineIgn 64 0 81 1 CarTiresSqel 64 0 82 1 CarPassing 64 0 83 1 CarCrash 64 0 84 1 Siren 64 0 85 2 Train 64 0 86 1 JetPlane 64 0 87 2 Starship 64 0 88 2 Burst 64 0 89 2 RollrCoaster 64 0 90 2 Submarine 64 0 91 1 Laugh 64 0 97 1 Scream 64 0 98 1 Punch 64 0 99 1 Heartbeat 64 0 100 1 FootSteps 64 0 101 1 MachineGun 64 0 113 1 LaserGun 64 0 114 2 Explosion 64 0 115 2 Firework 64 0 116 2

Voice Group Voice Name MSB LSB PRG Element

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XG Drum Kit List

: Same as Standard Kit 1

: No Sound

Bank Select MSB (0-127) 127 127 127 127 127 127 Bank Select LSB (0-127) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Program Change (0-127) 0 1 8 16 24 25 Program Change (1-128) 1 2 9 17 25 26

MIDI Key Off Alternate

Group Standard Kit1 Standard Kit2 Room Kit Rock Kit Electro Kit Analog Kit Note # Note

13 C#-1 3 Surdo Mute 14 D-1 3 Surdo Open 15 D#-1 Hi Q 16 E-1 Whip Slap 17 F-1 4 Scratch H 18 F#-1 4 Scratch L 19 G-1 Finger Snap 20 G#-1 Click Noise 21 A-1 Metronome Click 22 A#-1 Metronome Bell 23 B-1 Seq Click L 24 C0 Seq Click H 25 C#0 Brush Tap 26 D0 Brush Swirl 27 D#0 Brush Slap 28 E0 Brush Tap Swirl Reverse Cymbal Reverse Cymbal 29 F0 Snare Roll 30 F#0 Castanet Hi Q 2 Hi Q 2 31 G0 Snare Soft Snare Soft 2 Snare Noisy Snare Snappy Electro Snare Noisy 4 32 G#0 Sticks 33 A0 Kick Soft Kick 3 Kick 3 34 A#0 Open Rim Shot Open Rim Shot H Short 35 B0 Kick Tight Kick 2 Kick Gate Kick Analog Short 36 C1 Kick Kick Shot Kick Gate Kick Gate Heavy Kick Analog 37 C#1 Side Stick Side Stick Light Side Stick Analog 38 D1 Snare Snare Short Snare Snappy Snare Rock Snare Noisy 2 Snare Analog 39 D#1 Hand Clap 40 E1 Snare Tight Snare Tight H Snare Tight Snappy Snare Rock Tight Snare Noisy 2 Snare Analog 2 41 F1 Floor Tom L Tom Room 1 Tom Room 1 Tom Electro 1 Tom Analog 1 42 F#1 1 Hi-Hat Closed Hi-Hat Closed Analog 43 G1 Floor Tom H Tom Room 2 Tom Room 2 Tom Electro 2 Tom Analog 2 44 G#1 1 Hi-Hat Pedal Hi-Hat Closed Analog 2 45 A1 Low Tom Tom Room 3 Tom Room 3 Tom Electro 3 Tom Analog 3 46 A#1 1 Hi-Hat Open Hi-Hat Open Analog 47 B1 Mid Tom L Tom Room 4 Tom Room 4 Tom Electro 4 Tom Analog 4 48 C2 Mid Tom H Tom Room 5 Tom Room 5 Tom Electro 5 Tom Analog 5 49 C#2 Crash Cymbal 1 Crash Analog 50 D2 High Tom Tom Room 6 Tom Room 6 Tom Electro 6 Tom Analog 6 51 D#2 Ride Cymbal 1 52 E2 Chinese Cymbal 53 F2 Ride Cymbal Cup 54 F#2 Tambourine 55 G2 Splash Cymbal 56 G#2 Cowbell Cowbell Analog 57 A2 Crash Cymbal 2 58 A#2 Vibraslap 59 B2 Ride Cymbal 2 60 C3 Bongo H 61 C#3 Bongo L 62 D3 Conga H Mute Conga Analog H 63 D#3 Conga H Open Conga Analog M 64 E3 Conga L Conga Analog L 65 F3 Timbale H 66 F#3 Timbale L 67 G3 Agogo H 68 G#3 Agogo L 69 A3 Cabasa 70 A#3 Maracas Maracas 2 71 B3 Samba Whistle H 72 C4 Samba Whistle L 73 C#4 Guiro Short 74 D4 Guiro Long 75 D#4 Claves Claves 2 76 E4 Wood Block H 77 F4 Wood Block L 78 F#4 Cuica Mute Scratch H 2 Scratch H 2 79 G4 Cuica Open Scratch L 2 Scratch L 2 80 G#4 2 Triangle Mute 81 A4 2 Triangle Open 82 A#4 Shaker 83 B4 Jingle Bells 84 C5 Bell Tree 85 C#5 86 D5 87 D#5 88 E5 89 F5 90 F#5 91 G5

* Key Off: Keys marked with a circle stop sounding the instant they are released. * Alternate Group: Playing any instrument within a numbered group will immediately stop the sound of any other instrument in the same group of the same number.

XG Drum Kit List

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XG Drum Kit List

: Same as Standard Kit 1

: No Sound

Bank Select MSB (0-127) 127 127 127 127 126 126 Bank Select LSB (0-127) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Program Change (0-127) 27 32 40 48 0 1 Program Change (1-128) 28 33 41 49 1 2

MIDI Key Off Alternate

Group Dance Kit Jazz Kit Brush Kit Symphony Kit SFX Kit1 SFX Kit2 Note # Note

13 C#-1 3 14 D-1 3 15 D#-1 16 E-1 17 F-1 4 18 F#-1 4 19 G-1 20 G#-1 21 A-1 22 A#-1 23 B-1 24 C0 25 C#0 26 D0 27 D#0 28 E0 Reverse Cymbal 29 F0 30 F#0 Hi Q 2 31 G0 Snare Techno Snare Jazz H Brush Slap 2 32 G#0 33 A0 Kick Techno Q Kick Soft 2 34 A#0 Rim Gate Open Rim Shot Light 35 B0 Kick Techno L Gran Cassa 36 C1 Kick Techno Kick Jazz Kick Jazz Gran Cassa Mute Cutting Noise Phone Call 37 C#1 Side Stick Analog Side Stick Light Side Stick Light Cutting Noise 2 Door Squeak 38 D1 Snare Clap Snare Jazz L Brush Slap 3 Band Snare Door Slam 39 D#1 String Slap Scratch Cut 40 E1 Snare Dry Snare Jazz M Brush Tap 2 Band Snare 2 Scratch H 3 41 F1 Tom Analog 1 Tom Brush 1 Wind Chime 42 F#1 1 Hi-Hat Closed 3 Telephone Ring 2 43 G1 Tom Analog 2 Tom Brush 2 44 G#1 1 Hi-Hat Closed Analog 3 45 A1 Tom Analog 3 Tom Brush 3 46 A#1 1 Hi-Hat Open 3 47 B1 Tom Analog 4 Tom Brush 4 48 C2 Tom Analog 5 Tom Brush 5 49 C#2 Crash Analog Hand Cymbal 50 D2 Tom Analog 6 Tom Brush 6 51 D#2 Hand Cymbal Short 52 E2 Flute Key Click Car Engine Ignition 53 F2 Car Tires Squeal 54 F#2 Car Passing 55 G2 Car Crash 56 G#2 Cowbell Analog Siren 57 A2 Hand Cymbal 2 Train 58 A#2 Jet Plane 59 B2 Hand Cymbal 2 Short Starship 60 C3 Burst 61 C#3 Roller Coaster 62 D3 Conga Analog H Submarine 63 D#3 Conga Analog M 64 E3 Conga Analog L 65 F3 66 F#3 67 G3 68 G#3 Shower Laugh 69 A3 Thunder Scream 70 A#3 Maracas 2 Wind Punch 71 B3 Stream Heart Beat 72 C4 Bubble Foot Steps 73 C#4 Feed 74 D4 75 D#4 Claves 2 76 E4 77 F4 78 F#4 Scratch H 2 79 G4 Scratch L 2 80 G#4 2 81 A4 2 82 A#4 83 B4 84 C5 Dog Machine Gun 85 C#5 Horse Laser Gun 86 D5 Bird Tweet 2 Explosion 87 D#5 Firework 88 E5 89 F5 90 F#5 Ghost 91 G5 Maou

* Key Off: Keys marked with a circle stop sounding the instant they are released. * Alternate Group: Playing any instrument within a numbered group will immediately stop the sound of any other instrument in the same group of the same number.

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MIDI Data Format

* For upright pianos (excluding some models), the sostenuto pedal information (Control Change 66) is not transmitted.

MIDI Channel Message (1) [ MIDI (Silent) ]

MIDI Events

Status byte 1st Data byte 2nd Data byte MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Status Data (HEX) Parameter Data (HEX) Parameter Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

Key Off 8nH (n: Channel Number) kk Key Number (0-127) vv Velocity (0-127) [GM1] [GM2] Key On 9nH (n: Channel Number) kk Key Number (0-127) vv Key On: vv=1-127 [GM1] [GM2] Key Off: vv=0 Control Change BnH 0 (00H) Bank Select MSB 0 (00H) Normal

[GM2] 64 (40H) SFX Voice 118 (76H) GS Rhythm 119 (77H) GS Normal 120 (78H) GM2 Rhythm 121 (79H) GM2 Normal 126 (7EH) SFX Kit 127 (7FH) Drum Kit

1 (01H) Modulation 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM1] [GM2]

5 (05H) Portamento Time 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM2]

6 (06H) Data Entry MSB 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM2]

7 (07H) Main Volume 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM1] [GM2]

10 (0AH) Panpot 0-127 (00H...7FH) L64CR63 [GM1] [GM2]

11 (0BH) Expression 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM1] [GM2]

32 (20H) Bank Select LSB 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM2]

38 (26H) Data Entry LSB 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM2]

64 (40H) Damper 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM1] [GM2]

65 (41H) Portamento 0-127 (00H...7FH) OFF: 0-63 [GM2] ON: 64-127

66 (42H) Sostenuto 0-127 (00H...7FH) OFF: 0-63 [GM2] ON: 64-127

67 (43H) Soft Pedal 0-127 (00H...7FH) OFF: 0-63 [GM2] ON: 64-127

71 (47H) Harmonic Content 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

72 (48H) Release Time 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

73 (49H) Attack Time 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

74 (4AH) Brightness 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

75 (4BH) Decay Time 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

76 (4CH) Vibrate Rate 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

77 (4DH) Vibrate Depth 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

78 (4EH) Vibrate Delay 0-127 (00H...7FH) -640+63 [GM2]

84 (54H) Portamento Control 0-127 (00H...7FH) Key no. (0-127) 91 (5BH) Effect1 Depth 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data

(Reverb Send Level) [GM2] 93 (5DH) Effect3 Depth 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data

(Chorus Send Level) [GM2] 94 (5EH) Effect4 Depth 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data

(Variation Send Level) 96 (60H) RPN Increment The data byte is ignored 97 (61H) RPN Decrement The data byte is ignored 98 (62H) NRPN LSB 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data 99 (63H) NRPN MSB 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data

100 (64H) RPN LSB 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM2]

101 (65H) RPN MSB 0-127 (00H...7FH) Data [GM2]

Mode Message BnH (n: Channel Number) 120 (78H) All Sound Off 0 (00H) Data [GM2]

121 (79H) Reset All Controllers 0 (00H) Data [GM1] [GM2]

122 (7AH) Local Control 0 (00h) OFF 127 (7FH) ON

123 (7BH) All Note Off 0 (00H) Data [GM1] [GM2]

124 (7CH) Omni Off 0 (00H) Data [GM2]

125 (7DH) Omni On 0 (00H) Data [GM2]

126 (7EH) Mono 0-16 (00H...10H) Data [GM2]

127 (7FH) Poly 0 (00H) Data [GM2]

Program Change CnH (n: Channel Number) pp (00H...7FH) Voice Number (0-127) [GM1] [GM2] Channel After Touch DnH (n: Channel Number) vv (00H...7FH) Data [GM1] [GM2] Polyphonic After Touch AnH (n: Channel Number) kk (00H...7FH) Key Number (0-127) vv (00H...7FH) Data Pitch Bend Change EnH (n: Channel Number) cc (00H...7FH) LSB dd (00H...7FH) MSB [GM1] [GM2] Realtime Message F8H MIDI Clock

FAH Start FBH Continue FCH Stop FEH Active Sens [GM2] FFH System Reset

MIDI Data Format

Appendix

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M IDI Data Form

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Parameters Controlled by NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Numbers)

* NRPN MSB: 14H-1FH (for drums) message is accepted as long as the channel is set with a drum voice. * Data Entry LSB will be ignored.

Parameters Controlled by RPN (Registered Parameter Numbers)

MIDI Channel Message (2)

[ MIDI (Silent) ] NRPN Data Entry

Parameter Data Range

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

MSB LSB MSB LSB Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

01H 08H mmH Vibrato Rate mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 09H mmH Vibrato Depth mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 0AH mmH Vibrato Delay mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 20H mmH Low Pass Filter Cutoff Frequency mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 21H mmH Low Pass Filter Resonance mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 30H mmH EQ BASS mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 31H mmH EQ TREBLE mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 34H mmH EQ BASS Frequency mm: 04H-28H (322.0k [Hz]) 01H 35H mmH EQ TREBLE Frequency mm: 1CH-3AH (50016.0k [Hz]) 01H 63H mmH EG Attack Time mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 64H mmH EG Decay Time mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 01H 66H mmH EG Release mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 14H rrH mmH Drum Low Pass Filter Cutoff Frequency rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 15H rrH mmH Drum Low Pass Filter Resonance rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 16H rrH mmH Drum EG Attack Rate rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 17H rrH mmH Drum EG Decay Rate rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 18H rrH mmH Drum Pitch Coarse rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 19H rrH mmH Drum Pitch Fine rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63) 1AH rrH mmH Drum Level rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-7FH (0127) 1CH rrH mmH Drum Pan rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H, 01H-40H-7FH (RND, L63CR63) 1DH rrH mmH Drum Reverb Send Level rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-7FH (0127) 1EH rrH mmH Drum Chorus Send Level rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-7FH (0127) 1FH rrH mmH Drum Variation Send Level rr: drum instrument note number

mm: 00H-7FH (0127) (Variation Connection = SYSTEM) mm: 00H, 01H-7FH (OFF, ON) (Variation Connection = INSERTION)

24H rrH mmH Drum HPF Cutoff Frequency rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00H-40H-7FH (-640+63)

30H rrH mmH Drum EQ Bass Gain rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00H-7FH (0127)

31H rrH mmH Drum EQ Treble Gain rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00H-7FH (0127)

34H rrH mmH Drum EQ Bass Frequency rr: drum instrument note number mm: 04H-28H (322.0k [Hz])

35H rrH mmH Drum EQ Treble Frequency rr: drum instrument note number mm: 1CH-3AH (50016.0k [Hz])

40H rrH mmH Drum VELOCITY PITCH SENS. rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00H-0FH (015)

41H rrH mmH Drum VELOCITY LPF CUTOFF SENS. rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00H-0FH (015)

[ MIDI (Silent) ] RPN Data Entry

Parameter Data Range

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

MSB LSB MSB LSB Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

00H 00H mmH Pitch Bend Sensitivity mm: 00H-18H (0+24 [semitones]) [GM1] [GM2]

00H 01H mmH llH Fine Tune mm ll: 00H 00H -100 [cent] [GM1] [GM2]

mm ll: 40H 00H 0 [cent] mm ll: 7FH 7FH 100 [cent]

00H 02H mmH Coarse Tune mm: 28H-40H-58H (-240+24 [semitones]) [GM1] [GM2]

00H 05H mmH llH Modulation Sensitivity mm: Specified in semitone increments [GM2] ll: Specified in 100/128 cent increments

7FH 7FH Null [GM2]

MIDI Data Format

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MIDI Parameter Change Table (XG SYSTEM)

MIDI Parameter Change Table (SYSTEM INFORMATION)

* Transmitted in response to dump request. Not received.

MIDI Parameter Change Table (EFFECT1)

MIDI Parameter Change Table

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description XG Default

(H)

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

00 00 00 4 00-0F MASTER TUNE -102.40+102.3 [cent] Panel setting value 00-0F 1st bit3-0bit15-12 00-0F 2nd bit3-0bit11-8 00-0F 3rd bit3-0bit7-4

4th bit3-0bit3-0 04 1 00-7F MASTER VOLUME 0127 7F 05 1 00-7F MASTER ATTENUATOR 0127 00 06 1 28-58 TRANSPOSE -240+24 [semitones] 40 7D 1 N DRUM SETUP RESET N: Drum setup number 7E 1 00 XG SYSTEM ON 00=XG system ON 7F 1 00 ALL PARAMETER RESET 00=ON

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[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

01 00 00 E 20-7F Model Name 1 32127 (ASCII CHARACTER)

0D 20-7F Model Name 14 32127

(ASCII CHARACTER) 0E 1 NOT USED 0F 1 NOT USED

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[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description XG Default

(H)

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

02 01 00 2 00-7F REVERB TYPE MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 01(=HALL1) 00-7F REVERB TYPE LSB 00

02 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 1 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 03 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 2 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 04 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 3 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 05 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 4 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 06 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 5 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 07 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 6 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 08 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 7 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 09 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 8 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 0A 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 9 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 0B 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 10 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 0C 1 00-7F REVERB RETURN -dB0dB+6dB (064127) 40 0D 1 01-7F REVERB PAN L63CR63 40

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02 01 10 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 11 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 11 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 12 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 12 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 13 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 13 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 14 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 14 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 15 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type 15 1 00-7F REVERB PARAMETER 16 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Reverb Type

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MIDI Data Format

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M IDI Data Form

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[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description XG Default

(H)

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

02 01 20 2 00-7F CHORUS TYPE MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 41(=CHORUS1) 00-7F CHORUS TYPE LSB 00

22 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 1 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 23 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 2 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 24 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 3 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 25 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 4 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 26 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 5 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 27 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 6 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 28 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 7 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 29 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 8 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 2A 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 9 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 2B 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 10 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 2C 1 00-7F CHORUS RETURN -dB0dB+6dB (064127) 40 2D 1 01-7F CHORUS PAN L63CR63 40 2E 1 00-7F SEND CHORUS TO REVERB -dB0dB+6dB (064127) 00

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02 01 30 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 11 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 31 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 12 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 32 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 13 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 33 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 14 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 34 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 15 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type 35 1 00-7F CHORUS PARAMETER 16 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Chorus Type

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[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description XG Default

(H)

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

02 01 40 2 00-7F VARIATION TYPE MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 05 (=DELAY L, C, R) 00-7F VARIATION TYPE LSB 00

42 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 1 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 1 LSB

44 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 2 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 2 LSB

46 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 3 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 3 LSB

48 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 4 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 4 LSB

4A 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 5 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 5 LSB

4C 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 6 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 6 LSB

4E 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 7 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 7 LSB

50 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 8 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 8 LSB

52 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 9 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 9 LSB

54 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 10 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 10 LSB

56 1 00-7F VARIATION RETURN -dB0dB+6dB (064127) 40 57 1 01-7F VARIATION PAN L63CR63 40 58 1 00-7F SEND VARIATION TO REVERB -dB0dB+6dB (064127) 00 59 1 00-7F SEND VARIATION TO CHORUS -dB0dB+6dB (064127) 00 5A 1 00-01 VARIATION CONNECTION INSERTION, SYSTEM 00 5B 1 00-7F VARIATION PART NUMBER Reception: Part116 (015) 7F

Transmission: Part116 (015) AD (64) OFF (127)

5C 1 00-7F MW VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 40 5D 1 00-7F BEND VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 40 5E 1 00-7F CAT VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 40 5F 1 00-7F AC1 VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 40 60 1 00-7F AC2 VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 40

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02 01 70 1 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 11 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 71 1 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 12 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 72 1 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 13 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 73 1 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 14 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 74 1 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 15 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type 75 1 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 16 Refer to Effect Parameter List Depends on Variation Type

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MIDI Data Format

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MIDI Parameter Change Table (MULTI EQ)

* The MULTI EQ parameter cannot be reset to its factory setting with XG SYSTEM on.

MIDI Parameter Change Table (EFFECT2)

* The EFFECT2 parameter cannot be reset to its factory setting with XG SYSTEM on.

The second byte of the address is considered as an insertion effect number. n: insertion effect number

The insertion effect number range is from 0 to 1. Values outside the range are handled as unknown and ignored. For effect types that do not require MSB, the parameters for address 02-0B will be received and the parameters for address 30-42 will not be received. For effect types that require MSB, the parameters for address 30-42 will be received and the parameters for address 02-0B will not be received. When bulk dumps that include effect type data are transmitted, the parameters for address 02-0B will always be transmitted. However, for effect types that require MSB, the parameters for address 02-0B will not be received when the bulk dump is received.

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

02 40 00 1 00-04 EQ TYPE flat, jazz, pops, rock, classic 01 1 34-4C EQ GAIN1 -120+12 [dB] 02 1 04-28 EQ FREQUENCY1 322.0k [Hz] 03 1 01-78 EQ Q1 0.112.0 04 1 00-01 EQ SHAPE1 shelving, peaking 05 1 34-4C EQ GAIN2 -120+12 [dB] 06 1 0E-36 EQ FREQUENCY2 10010.0k [Hz] 07 1 01-78 EQ Q2 0.112.0 08 1 NOT USED 09 1 34-4C EQ GAIN3 -120+12 [dB] 0A 1 0E-36 EQ FREQUENCY3 10010.0k [Hz] 0B 1 01-78 EQ Q3 0.112.0 0C 1 NOT USED 0D 1 34-4C EQ GAIN4 -120+12 [dB] 0E 1 0E-36 EQ FREQUENCY4 10010.0k [Hz] 0F 1 01-78 EQ Q4 0.112.0 10 1 NOT USED 11 1 34-4C EQ GAIN5 -120+12 [dB] 12 1 1C-3A EQ FREQUENCY5 0.5k16.0k [Hz] 13 1 01-78 EQ Q5 0.112.0 14 1 00-01 EQ SHAPE5 shelving, peaking

TOTAL SIZE 15

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

03 n 00 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT TYPE MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT TYPE LSB

02 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 1 Refer to Effect Parameter List 03 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 2 Refer to Effect Parameter List 04 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 3 Refer to Effect Parameter List 05 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 4 Refer to Effect Parameter List 06 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 5 Refer to Effect Parameter List 07 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 6 Refer to Effect Parameter List 08 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 7 Refer to Effect Parameter List 09 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 8 Refer to Effect Parameter List 0A 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 9 Refer to Effect Parameter List 0B 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 10 Refer to Effect Parameter List 0C 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PART NUMBER Reception: Part116 (015)

Transmission: Part116 (015) AD (64) OFF (127)

0D 1 00-7F MW INSERTION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 0E 1 00-7F BEND INSERTION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 0F 1 00-7F CAT INSERTION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 10 1 00-7F AC1 INSERTION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63 11 1 00-7F AC2 INSERTION CONTROL DEPTH -640+63

TOTAL SIZE 12

20 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 11 Refer to Effect Parameter List 21 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 12 Refer to Effect Parameter List 22 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 13 Refer to Effect Parameter List 23 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 14 Refer to Effect Parameter List 24 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 15 Refer to Effect Parameter List 25 1 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 16 Refer to Effect Parameter List

TOTAL SIZE 6

30 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 1 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 1 LSB

32 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 2 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 2 LSB

34 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 3 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 3 LSB

36 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 4 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 4 LSB

38 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 5 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 5 LSB

3A 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 6 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 6 LSB

3C 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 7 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 7 LSB

3E 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 8 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 8 LSB

40 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 9 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 9 LSB

42 2 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 10 MSB Refer to Effect Parameter List 00-7F INSERTION EFFECT PARAMETER 10 LSB

TOTAL SIZE 14

MIDI Data Format

Appendix

A-11

M IDI Data Form

at

MIDI Parameter Change Table (MULTI PART) [ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description XG Default

(H)

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

08 nn 00 1 00-20 NOT USED 01 1 00-7F BANK SELECT MSB 0127 part10=7F, other parts=00 02 1 00-7F BANK SELECT LSB 0127 00 03 1 00-7F PROGRAM NUMBER 1128 00 04 1 00-0F, 7F Rcv CHANNEL 116, OFF Part No. 05 1 00-01 MONO/POLY MODE MONO, POLY 01 06 1 00-02 SAME NOTE NUMBER KEY ON ASSIGN SINGLE, MULTI, INST (for Drum) 01 07 1 00-03 PART MODE NORMAL, DRUM, DRUMS12 part10=02, other parts=00 08 1 28-58 NOTE SHIFT -240+24 [semitones] 40 09 2 00-0F DETUNE -12.80+12.7 [Hz] 08 00

00-0F 1st bit3-0bit7-4 2nd bit3-0bit3-0

0B 1 00-7F VOLUME 0127 64 0C 1 00-7F VELOCITY SENSE DEPTH 0127 40 0D 1 00-7F VELOCITY SENSE OFFSET 0127 40 0E 1 00-7F PAN RND, L63CR63 40 0F 1 00-7F NOTE LIMIT LOW C-2G8 00 10 1 00-7F NOTE LIMIT HIGH C-2G8 7F 11 1 00-7F DRY LEVEL 0127 7F 12 1 00-7F CHORUS SEND 0127 00 13 1 00-7F REVERB SEND 0127 28 14 1 00-7F VARIATION SEND 0127 00 15 1 00-7F VIBRATO RATE -640+63 40 16 1 00-7F VIBRATO DEPTH -640+63 40 17 1 00-7F VIBRATO DELAY -640+63 40 18 1 00-7F FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY -640+63 40 19 1 00-7F FILTER RESONANCE -640+63 40 1A 1 00-7F EG ATTACK TIME -640+63 40 1B 1 00-7F EG DECAY TIME -640+63 40 1C 1 00-7F EG RELEASE TIME -640+63 40 1D 1 28-58 H -240+24 [semitones] 40 1E 1 00-7F MW LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -96000+9450 [cent] 40 1F 1 00-7F MW AMPLITUDE CONTROL -1000+100 [%] 40 20 1 00-7F MW LFO PMOD DEPTH 0127 0A 21 1 00-7F MW LFO FMOD DEPTH 0127 00 22 1 00-7F MW LFO AMOD DEPTH 0127 00 23 1 28-58 BEND PITCH CONTROL -240+24 [semitones] 42 24 1 00-7F BEND LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -96000+9450 [cent] 40 25 1 00-7F BEND AMPLITUDE CONTROL -1000+100 [%] 40 26 1 00-7F BEND LFO PMOD DEPTH 0127 00 27 1 00-7F BEND LFO FMOD DEPTH 0127 00 28 1 00-7F BEND LFO AMOD DEPTH 0127 00

TOTAL SIZE 29

30 1 00-01 Rcv PITCH BEND OFF, ON 01 31 1 00-01 Rcv CH AFTER TOUCH (CAT) OFF, ON 01 32 1 00-01 Rcv PROGRAM CHANGE OFF, ON 01 33 1 00-01 Rcv CONTROL CHANGE OFF, ON 01 34 1 00-01 Rcv POLY AFTER TOUCH (PAT) OFF, ON 01 35 1 00-01 Rcv NOTE MESSAGE OFF, ON 01 36 1 00-01 Rcv RPN OFF, ON 01 37 1 00-01 Rcv NRPN OFF, ON XGmode=01, GMmode=00 38 1 00-01 Rcv MODULATION OFF, ON 01 39 1 00-01 Rcv VOLUME OFF, ON 01 3A 1 00-01 Rcv PAN OFF, ON 01 3B 1 00-01 Rcv EXPRESSION OFF, ON 01 3C 1 00-01 Rcv HOLD1 OFF, ON 01 3D 1 00-01 Rcv PORTAMENTO OFF, ON 01 3E 1 00-01 Rcv SOSTENUTO OFF, ON 01 3F 1 00-01 Rcv SOFT PEDAL OFF, ON 01 40 1 00-01 Rcv BANK SELECT OFF, ON 01 41 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING C -630+63 [cent] 40 42 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING C# -630+63 [cent] 40 43 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING D -630+63 [cent] 40 44 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING D# -630+63 [cent] 40 45 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING E -630+63 [cent] 40 46 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING F -630+63 [cent] 40 47 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING F# -630+63 [cent] 40 48 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING G -630+63 [cent] 40 49 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING G# -630+63 [cent] 40 4A 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING A -630+63 [cent] 40 4B 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING A# -630+63 [cent] 40 4C 1 00-7F SCALE TUNING B -630+63 [cent] 40 4D 1 28-58 CAT PITCH CONTROL -240+24 [semitones] 40 4E 1 00-7F CAT LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -96000+9450 [cent] 40 4F 1 00-7F CAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL -1000+100 [%] 40 50 1 00-7F CAT LFO PMOD DEPTH 0127 00 51 1 00-7F CAT LFO FMOD DEPTH 0127 00 52 1 00-7F CAT LFO AMOD DEPTH 0127 00

MIDI Data Format

A-12

nn: part number

If there is a Drum voice assigned to the part, the following parameters are ineffective. BANK SELECT LSB PORTAMENTO MONO/POLY SCALE TUNING POLY AFTER TOUCH PITCH EG

53 1 28-58 PAT PITCH CONTROL -240+24 [semitones] 40 54 1 00-7F PAT LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -96000+9450 [cent] 40 55 1 00-7F PAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL -1000+100 [%] 40 56 1 00-7F PAT LFO PMOD DEPTH 0127 00 57 1 00-7F PAT LFO FMOD DEPTH 0127 00 58 1 00-7F PAT LFO AMOD DEPTH 0127 00 59 1 00-5F AC1 CONTROLLER NUMBER 095 10 5A 1 28-58 AC1 PITCH CONTROL -240+24 [semitones] 40 5B 1 00-7F AC1 LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -96000+9450 [cent] 40 5C 1 00-7F AC1 AMPLITUDE CONTROL -1000+100 [%] 40 5D 1 00-7F AC1 LFO PMOD DEPTH 0127 00 5E 1 00-7F AC1 LFO FMOD DEPTH 0127 00 5F 1 00-7F AC1 LFO AMOD DEPTH 0127 00 60 1 00-5F AC2 CONTROLLER NUMBER 095 11 61 1 28-58 AC2 PITCH CONTROL -240+24 [semitones] 40 62 1 00-7F AC2 LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -96000+9450 [cent] 40 63 1 00-7F AC2 AMPLITUDE CONTROL -1000+100 [%] 40 64 1 00-7F AC2 LFO PMOD DEPTH 0127 00 65 1 00-7F AC2 LFO FMOD DEPTH 0127 00 66 1 00-7F AC2 LFO AMOD DEPTH 0127 00 67 1 00-01 PORTAMENTO SWITCH OFF, ON 00 68 1 00-7F PORTAMENTO TIME 0127 00 69 1 00-7F PITCH EG INITIAL LEVEL -640+63 40 6A 1 00-7F PITCH EG ATTACK TIME -640+63 40 6B 1 00-7F PITCH EG RELEASE LEVEL -640+63 40 6C 1 00-7F PITCH EG RELEASE TIME -640+63 40 6D 1 01-7F VELOCITY LIMIT LOW 1127 01 6E 1 01-7F VELOCITY LIMIT HIGH 1127 7F

TOTAL SIZE 3F

70 1 NOT USED 71 1 NOT USED 72 1 00-7F EQ BASS GAIN -12dB+12dB 40 73 1 00-7F EQ TREBLE GAIN -12dB+12dB 40

TOTAL SIZE 04

74 1 NOT USED 75 1 NOT USED 76 1 04-28 EQ BASS FREQUENCY 322.0k [Hz] 0C 77 1 1C-3A EQ TREBLE FREQUENCY 50016.0k [Hz] 36 78 1 NOT USED 79 1 NOT USED 7A 1 NOT USED 7B 1 NOT USED 7C 1 NOT USED 7D 1 NOT USED 7E 1 NOT USED 7F 1 NOT USED

TOTAL SIZE 0C

0A nn 40 1 00-7F MW OFFSET LEVEL CONTROL -100 - 100 [%] 40 41 1 00-7F BEND OFFSET LEVEL CONTROL -100 - 100 [%] 40 42 1 00-7F CAT OFFSET LEVEL CONTROL -100 - 100 [%] 40 43 1 00-7F PAT OFFSET LEVEL CONTROL -100 - 100 [%] 40 44 1 00-7F AC1 OFFSET LEVEL CONTROL -100 - 100 [%] 40 45 1 00-7F AC2 OFFSET LEVEL CONTROL -100 - 100 [%] 40

TOTAL SIZE 06

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description XG Default

(H)

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

MIDI Data Format

Appendix

A-13

M IDI Data Form

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MIDI Parameter Change Table (DRUM SETUP)

n: drum setup number (0-1) rr: note number (0D-5B)

In the following cases, the unit will initialize all drum setups. XG SYSTEM ON received GM SYSTEM ON received GM LEVEL 2 SYSTEM ON received GS RESET received DRUM SETUP RESET received (only when in XG mode)

When a part to which a drum setup is assigned receives a program change, the assigned drum setup will be initialized. If the same drum setup is assigned to two or more parts, changes in drum setup parameters (including program changes) will apply to all parts to which it is assigned.

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

Address (H)

Size (H)

Data (H) Parameter Description XG Default

(H)

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part

Piano Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback

MIDI Input

3n rr 00 1 00-7F PITCH COARSE -640+63 40 01 1 00-7F PITCH FINE -640+63 [cent] 40 02 1 00-7F LEVEL 0127 Depends on the note 03 1 00-7F ALTERNATE GROUP OFF, 1127 Depends on the note 04 1 00-7F PAN RND, L63CR63 Depends on the note 05 1 00-7F REVERB SEND 0127 Depends on the note 06 1 00-7F CHORUS SEND 0127 Depends on the note 07 1 00-7F VARIATION SEND 0127 7F 08 1 00-01 KEY ASSIGN SINGLE, MULTI 00 09 1 00-01 Rcv NOTE OFF OFF, ON Depends on the note 0A 1 00-01 Rcv NOTE ON OFF, ON 01 0B 1 00-7F LOW PASS FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY -640+63 40 0C 1 00-7F LOW PASS FILTER RESONANCE -640+63 40 0D 1 00-7F EG ATTACK RATE -640+63 40 0E 1 00-7F EG DECAY1 RATE -640+63 40 0F 1 00-7F EG DECAY2 RATE -640+63 40

TOTAL SIZE 10

20 1 00-7F EQ BASS GAIN -12+12 [dB] 40 21 1 00-7F EQ TREBLE GAIN -12+12 [dB] 40 22 1 NOT USED 23 1 NOT USED 24 1 04-28 EQ BASS FREQUENCY 322.0k [Hz] 0C 25 1 1C-3A EQ TREBLE FREQUENCY 50016.0k [Hz] 36 26 1 NOT USED 27 1 NOT USED 28 1 NOT USED 29 1 NOT USED 2A 1 NOT USED 2B 1 NOT USED 2C 1 NOT USED 2D 1 NOT USED

TOTAL SIZE 0E

MIDI Data Format

A-14

* Not received when Receive System Exclusive Message is set to off. * Not transmitted when Transmit System Exclusive Message is set to off.

System Exclusive Messages (Universal Non Realtime Messages)

System Exclusive Messages (XG)

System Exclusive Messages (Others)

System Exclusive Messages (1)

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

MIDI Event Data Format

MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part Piano

Playback Channel

Panel Operation

Song Playback MIDI Input

GM1 System On F0 7E XN 09 01 F7 [GM1] [GM2] 11110000 F0 = Exclusive status

01111110 7E = Universal Non-Real Time 0xxxnnnn XN = When N is received N=0-F, whichever is received. X=ignored 00001001 09 = Sub-ID #1=General MIDI Message 00000001 01 = Sub-ID #2=General MIDI On 11110111 F7 = End of Exclusive

System Exclusive Messages (2)

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

MIDI Event Data Format MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part Piano Playback Channel Panel Operation Song Playback

XG Parameter Change F0 43 1n 4C hh mm ll dd F7 11110000 F0 = Exclusive status Refer to Parameter Change Table 01000011 43 = YAMAHA ID 0001nnnn 1n = Device Number n=always 0 (when transmit), n=0-F (when recieve) 01001100 4C = Model ID 0hhhhhhh hh = Address High 0mmmmmmm mm = Address Mid 0lllllll ll = Address Low 0ddddddd dd = Data 11110111 F7 = End of Exclusive

XG Bulk Dump F0 43 0n 4C aa bb hh mm ll dd dd cc F7 11110000 F0 = Exclusive status Refer to Parameter Change Table 01000011 43 = YAMAHA ID 0000nnnn 0n = Device Number n=always 0 (when transmit), n=0-F (when recieve) 01001100 4C = Model ID 0aaaaaaa aa = Byte Count MSB 0bbbbbbb bb = Byte Count LSB 0hhhhhhh hh = Address High 0mmmmmmm mm = Address Mid 0lllllll ll = Address Low 0ddddddd dd = Data

: : 0ddddddd dd = Data 0ccccccc cc = Checksum 11110111 F7 = End of Exclusive

XG Parameter Request F0 43 3n 4C hh ll F7 11110000 F0 = Exclusive status Refer to Parameter Change Table 01000011 43 = YAMAHA ID 0011nnnn 3n = Device Number n=always 0 (when transmit), n=0-F (when recieve) 01001100 4C = Model ID 0hhhhhhh hh = Address High 0mmmmmmm mm = Address Mid 0lllllll ll = Address Low 11110111 F7 = End of Exclusive

XG Dump Request F0 43 2n 4C hh mm ll F7 11110000 F0 = Exclusive status Refer to Parameter Change Table 01000011 43 = YAMAHA ID 0010nnnn 2n = Device Number n=always 0 (when transmit), n=0-F (when recieve) 01001100 4C = Model ID 0hhhhhhh hh = Address High 0mmmmmmm mm = Address Mid 0lllllll ll = Address Low 11110111 F7 = End of Exclusive

[ MIDI (Silent) ]

MIDI Event Data Format MIDI Reception MIDI Transmission

Song Part Piano Playback Channel Panel Operation Song Playback

MIDI Master Tuning F0 43 1n 27 30 00 00 mm ll cc F7 11110000 F0 = Exclusive status 01000011 43 = YAMAHA ID 0001nnnn 1n n= always 0(when transmit), n=0-F(when receive) 00100111 27 = Model ID of TG100 00110000 30 = Address High 00000000 00 = Address Mid 00000000 00 = Address Low 0000mmmm 0m = Master Tune MSB 0000llll 0l = Master Tune LSB 0ccccccc cc = dont care 11110111 F7 = End of Exclusive

Mode 1 : OMNI ON. POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON. MONO : YES Mode 3 : OMNI OFF. POLY Mode 4 : OMNI OFF. MONO : NO

MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART Yamaha Disklavier Model: ENSPIRE CL

Date: 01-MAR-2016 Version: 1.00

Function... Transmitted Recognized Remarks

Basic Channel Default 1-16 Memorized

Changed 1-16

Mode

Default 3

Messages 3, 4 (m=1) *1, *2

Altered ****************

Note Number 0-127

: True voice **************** 0-127

Velocity Note ON v=1-127

Note OFF

After Touch Key s

Ch s

Pitch Bend *1

Control Change

0, 32 *1 Bank Select

7, 11

1, 5, 10 *1

6, 38 *1 Data Entry

64 Hold1 (Sustain)

65 *1 Portament

66 *1 Sostenuto

67 Soft (Shift) Pedal

71-74, 84 *1

91, 93, 94 *1 Effect Depth

96-101 *1

Prog Change 0-127

: True # ****************

System Exclusive

Common

: Song Pos

: Song Sel

: Tune

System Real Time : Clock

: Commands

Aux Messages

: All Sound OFF (120, 126, 127)

: Reset All Cntrls (121)

: Local ON/OFF

: All Notes OFF (123-125)

: Active Sense

: Reset

Notes *1 = Only ESBL Part can be recognized. *2 = m is always treated as 1 regardless of its value.

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