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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-990M Piano Reference Booklet PDF

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CLP-990

Reference Booklet

CLP-990M

This booklet is available in English only.

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CLP-990

Table of Contents

Normal (Default) Setting List ............................................................................... 3

XG Voice List ......................................................................................................... 6

XG Drum Kit List ................................................................................................. 10

XG Effet Type List ............................................................................................... 12

Effect Parameter List ........................................................................................... 13

Effect Data Assign Table ..................................................................................... 16

MIDI Data Format ............................................................................................... 18

Panel sound source.......................................................................................................18 XG sound source...........................................................................................................23

MIDI Implementation Chart ............................................................................... 31

Specifications ...................................................................................................... 33

Normal (Default) Setting List

Song setting

Function Value Reference page in

the Owners Manual

Voice selection GrandPiano1 30

Split mode Off 37

Split point F#2 38

Reverb On/Off ON 33

Chorus On/Off per voice 33

Brilliance mode Normal 32

Metronome

Time signature 4/4

77Volume 100

Voice BellOff

Tempo 120 27, 41, 57

Transpose 0 34

Song select Preset song [NewSong] 26, 41, 57

Song balance 127:127 48

Recording mode

Extra track channel: 3 46

Start: Normal 44

End: Replace 44

Character code International 56

Function Value Reference page in

the Owners Manual

Correcting note timing (Quantize) Swing rate (SwingRate)

Off 74

50%

Specifying whether playback starts immediately along with the rst voicing (QuickPlay) On 75

Specifying the range and playing back repeatedly (FromToRepeat) RepeatOff 75

Playing back the phrase specied by the phrase mark (PhraseMark) RepeatOff 76

Playing back a song repeatedly (SongRepeat) Off 76

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Normal (Default) Setting List

Voice setting

MIDI setting

Function Value Reference page in the

Owners Manual

Octave (Octave) per voice 78

Volume level (Volume) per voice 78

Position of right and left channels (Pan) per voice 79

Fine pitch adjustment (only in Dual mode) (Detune) per voice 79

Reverb type (ReverbType) per voice 79

Reverb depth (ReverbSend) per voice 79

Chorus type (ChorusType) per voice 80

Chorus depth (ChorusSend) per voice 80

Chorus on/off (ChorusOnOff) per voice 80

Variation effect type (VariationType) per voice 80

Variation effect depth (VariationSend) per voice 81

Touch sensitivity (TouchSense) per voice 81

Right pedal function (RPedal) SustainCont 81

Center pedal function (MPedal) Sostenuto 82

Left pedal function (LPedal)

JazzOrgan:RotarySpeed

82Vibraphone:VibeRotor

Other voices: Soft

Auxiliary pedal function (AuxPedal) Expression 82

Function Value Reference page in

the Owners Manual

MIDI transmit channel (MidiOutChannel)

Main:Ch1

84 Left:Ch2

Layer:Ch3

LeftLayer:Ch4

MIDI receive channel (Port A) (MidiInAChannel) All channels: On 84

MIDI receive channel (Port B) (MidiInBChannel) All channels: On 85

Local control on/off (LocalControl) On 85

Selecting performance from the keyboard or song data for MIDI transmission (MidiOutSelect)

Keyboard 85

Type of data received via MIDI (ReceiveParameter) All data: On 85

Type of data transmitted via MIDI (TransmitParameter) All data: On 86

CLP-990

Normal (Default) Setting List

Other settings

Function Value Reference page in the

Owners Manual

Selecting a touch response (TouchResponse) Fixed volume

Medium 87

64

Fine tuning of the pitch (Tune) A3=440.0Hz 87

Selecting a tuning curve for a piano voice (PianoTuningCurve)

Stretch 87

Selecting a scale (Scale) Root note

Equal 88

C

Depth of string resonance (StringResonanceDepth) 5 88

Depth of sustain sampling for the damper pedal (SustainSamplingDepth)

5 88

Setting the speed of vibraphones vibrato effect (VibraphoneRotorSpeed)

6 89

Selecting a pedal function for vibraphone (VibraphonePedalMode)

PianoLike 89

Assigning the START/PAUSE function to a pedal (PedalStart/Pause)

All pedals: Off 89

Selecting a type of auxiliary pedal (AuxPedalType) Make 89

Setting the point at which the damper pedal starts to affect the sound (HalfPedalPoint)

0 89

Pitch bend range (PitchBendRange) 2 90

Replacing XG voices with the panel preset voices (XGAlternative)

GrandPiano1: Native (using the panel preset voices)

Other voices: XG (using XG voices) 90

Selecting the items stored at shutdown (MemoryBackUp)

Transpose:Off

90 Main/LeftVoice:Off

MetronomeSetting:Off

Others: On

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XG Voice List These XG voices are used for GM/XG/DOC song playback. They are not used for your manual performance. Bank Select MSB=00

: Same as Bank 0 : No sound E : Element number

KSP Stereo Single Slow Fast Decay Double Attack Bright Dark Resonant Attack Instrument

Group Pgm#

Bank 0 Bank Select LSB=00

Bank 0 E Bank 1 E Bank 3 E Bank 6 E Bank 8 E Bank 12 E Bank 14 E Bank 16 E Bank 17 E Bank 18 E Bank 19 E Bank 20 E Bank 24 E

Piano 1 Acoustic Grand Piano GrandPno 1 GrndPnoK 1 MelloGrP 1 2 Bright Acoustic Piano BritePno 1 BritPnoK 1 3 Electric Grand Piano El.Grand 2 ElGrPnoK 2 4 Honky-tonk Piano HnkyTonk 2 HnkyTnkK 2 5 Electric Piano 1 E.Piano1 2 El.Pno1K 1 MelloEP1 2 6 Electric Piano 2 E.Piano2 2 El.Pno2K 1 7 Harpsichord Harpsi. 1 Harpsi.K 1 8 Clavi Clavi. 2 Clav K 1

Chromatic 9 Celesta Celesta 1 Percussion 10 Glockenspiel Glocken 1

11 Music Box MusicBox 2 12 Vibraphone Vibes 1 Vibes K 1 13 Marimba Marimba 1 MarimbaK 1 14 Xylophone Xylophon 1 15 Tubular Bells TubulBel 1 16 Dulcimer Dulcimer 1

Organ 17 Drawbar Organ 1 DrawOrgn 1 18 Percussive Organ PercOrgn 1 70sPcOr1 2 19 Rock Organ RockOrgn 2 20 Church Organ 1 ChrchOrg 2 21 Reed Organ ReedOrgn 1 22 Accordion Acordion 2 23 Hamonica Harmnica 1 24 Tango Accordion TangoAcd 2

Guitar 25 Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 1 NylonGtr 1 NylonGt2 1 26 Acoustic Guitar (steel) SteelGtr 1 SteelGt2 1 27 Electric Guitar (jazz) Jazz Gtr 1 MelloGtr 1 28 Electric Guitar (clean) CleanGtr 1 29 Electric Guitar (muted) Mute.Gtr 1 30 Overdriven Guitar Ovrdrive 1 31 Distortion Guitar Dist.Gtr 1 32 Guitar Harmonics GtrHarmo 1

Bass 33 Acoustic Bass Aco.Bass 1 34 Electric Bass (nger) FngrBass 1 FingrDrk 2 35 Electric Bass (pick) PickBass 1 36 Fretless Bass Fretless 1 37 Slap Bass 1 SlapBas1 1 38 Slap Bass 2 SlapBas2 1 39 Synth Bass 1 SynBass1 1 SynBa1Dk 1 FastResB 1 AcidBass 1 40 Synth Bass 2 SynBass2 2 MelloSBa 1 Seq Bass 2 ClkSynBa 2 SynBa2Dk 1

Strings 41 Violin Violin 1 Slow Vln 1 42 Viola Viola 1 43 Cello Cello 1 44 Contrabass Contrabs 1 45 Tremolo Strings Trem.Str 1 SlwTrStr 1 46 Pizzicato Strings Pizz.Str 1 47 Orchestral Harp Harp 1 48 Timpani Timpani 1

Ensemble 49 String Ensemble 1 Strings1 1 S.Strngs 2 Slow Str 1 Arco Str 2 50 String Ensemble 2 Strings2 1 S.SlwStr 2 LegatoSt 2 51 Synth Strings 1 Syn.Str1 2 52 Synth Strings 2 Syn.Str2 2 53 Choir Aahs ChoirAah 1 S.Choir 2 Ch.Aahs2 2 54 Voice Oohs VoiceOoh 1 55 Synth Voice SynVoice 1 56 Orchestra Hit Orch.Hit 2

Brass 57 Trumpet Trumpet 1 Trumpet2 1 BriteTrp 2 58 Trombone Trombone 1 Trmbone2 2 59 Tuba Tuba 1 Tuba 2 1 60 Muted Trumpet Mute.Trp 1 61 French Horn Fr. Horn 2 FrHrSolo 1 62 Brass Section 1 BrasSect 1 63 Synth Brass 1 SynBrss1 2 Quack Br 2 RezSynBr 2 PolyBrss 2 64 Synth Brass 2 SynBrss2 1 Soft Brs 2

Reed 65 Soprano Sax SprnoSax 1 66 Alto Sax Alto Sax 1 67 Tenor Sax TenorSax 1 68 Baritone Sax Bari.Sax 1 69 Oboe Oboe 2 70 English Horn Eng.Horn 1 71 Bassoon Bassoon 1 72 Clarinet Clarinet 1

Pipe 73 Piccolo Piccolo 1 74 Flute Flute 1 75 Recorder Recorder 1 76 Pan Flute PanFlute 1 77 Blown Bottle Bottle 2 78 Shakuhachi Shakhchi 2 79 Whistle Whistle 1 80 Ocarina Ocarina 1

Synth Lead 81 Lead 1 (square) SquareLd 2 SquarLd2 1 LMSquare 2 Hollow 1 Shroud 2 82 Lead 2 (sawtooth) Saw Ld 2 Saw Ld 2 1 ThickSaw 2 Dyna Saw 1 Digi Saw 2 Big Lead 2 HeavySyn 2 83 Lead 3 (calliope) CaliopLd 2 84 Lead 4 (chiff) Chiff Ld 2 85 Lead 5 (charang) CharanLd 2 86 Lead 6 (voice) Voice Ld 2 SynthAah 2 87 Lead 7 (fths) Fifth Ld 2 88 Lead 8 (bass+lead) Bass&Ld 2 Big&Low 2

Synth Pad 89 Pad 1 (new age) NewAgePd 2 90 Pad 2 (warm) Warm Pad 2 ThickPad 2 Soft Pad 2 Sine Pad 2 91 Pad 3 (polysynth) PolySyPd 2 92 Pad 4 (choir) ChoirPad 2 93 Pad 5 (bowed) BowedPad 2 94 Pad 6 (metallic) MetalPad 2 95 Pad 7 (halo) Halo Pad 2 96 Pad 8 (sweep) SweepPad 2 Shwimmer 2

Synth Effects 97 FX 1 (rain) Rain 2 98 FX 2 (soundtrack) SoundTrk 2 99 FX 3 (crystal) Crystal 2 SynDrCmp 2 Popcorn 2 TinyBell 2

100 FX 4 (atmosphere) Atmosphr 2 WarmAtms 2 HollwRls 2 101 FX 5 (brightness) Bright 2 102 FX 6 (goblins) Goblins 2 103 FX 7 (echoes) Echoes 2 Echoes 2 2 Echo Pan 2 104 FX 8 (sci-) Sci-Fi 2

Ethnic 105 Sitar Sitar 1 106 Banjo Banjo 1 107 Shamisen Shamisen 1 108 Koto Koto 1 109 Kalimba Kalimba 1 110 Bagpipe Bagpipe 2 111 Fiddle Fiddle 1 112 Shanai Shanai 1

Percussive 113 Tinkle Bell TnklBell 2 114 Agogo Agogo 2 115 Steel Drums SteelDrm 2 116 Woodblock Woodblok 1 117 Taiko Drum TaikoDrm 1 118 Melodic Tom 1 MelodTom 2 119 Synth Drum Syn Drum 1 120 Reverse Cymbal RevCymbl 1

Sound Effects 121 Guitar Fret Noise FretNoiz 2 122 Breath Noise BrthNoiz 2 123 Seashore Seashore 2 124 Bird Tweet Tweet 2 125 Telephone Ring Telphone 1 126 Helicopter Helicptr 1 127 Applause Applause 1 128 Gunshot Gunshot 1

CLP-990

XG Voice List

: Same as Bank 0 : No sound E : Element number

Release Rezo Sweep Muted Detune 1 Detune 2 Detune 3 Octave 1 Octave 2 5th 1 5th 2 Bend Tutti Instrument

Group Pgm#

Bank 0 Bank Select LSB=00

Bank 0 E Bank 25 E Bank 27 E Bank 28 E Bank 32 E Bank 33 E Bank 34 E Bank 35 E Bank 36 E Bank 37 E Bank 38 E Bank 39 E Bank 40 E

Piano 1 Acoustic Grand Piano GrandPno 1 PianoStr 2 2 Bright Acoustic Piano BritePno 1 3 Electric Grand Piano El.Grand 2 Det.CP80 2 LayerCP1 2 4 Honky-tonk Piano HnkyTonk 2 5 Electric Piano 1 E.Piano1 2 Chor.EP1 2 HardEl.P 2 6 Electric Piano 2 E.Piano2 2 Chor.EP2 2 DX Hard 2 DXLegend 2 DX Phase 2 7 Harpsichord Harpsi. 1 Harpsi.2 2 Harpsi.3 2 8 Clavi Clavi. 2 ClaviWah 2

Chromatic 9 Celesta Celesta 1 Percussion 10 Glockenspiel Glocken 1

11 Music Box MusicBox 2 12 Vibraphone Vibes 1 13 Marimba Marimba 1 14 Xylophone Xylophon 1 15 Tubular Bells TubulBel 1 16 Dulcimer Dulcimer 1 Dulcimr2 2

Organ 17 Drawbar Organ 1 DrawOrgn 1 DetDrwOr 2 60sDrOr1 2 60sDrOr2 2 70sDrOr1 2 DrawOrg2 2 60sDrOr3 2 Even Bar 2 16+2"2/3 2 18 Percussive Organ PercOrgn 1 DetPrcOr 2 Lite Org 2 PercOrg2 2 19 Rock Organ RockOrgn 2 20 Church Organ 1 ChrchOrg 2 ChurOrg3 2 ChurOrg2 2 NotreDam 2 21 Reed Organ ReedOrgn 1 Puff Org 2 22 Accordion Acordion 2 AccordIt 2 23 Hamonica Harmnica 1 Harmo. 2 2 24 Tango Accordion TangoAcd 2

Guitar 25 Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 1 NylonGtr 1 NylonGt3 2 26 Acoustic Guitar (steel) SteelGtr 1 12StrGtr 2 Nyln&Stl 2 27 Electric Guitar (jazz) Jazz Gtr 1 Jazz Amp 2 28 Electric Guitar (clean) CleanGtr 1 ChorusGt 2 29 Electric Guitar (muted) Mute.Gtr 1 FunkGtr1 2 30 Overdriven Guitar Ovrdrive 1 31 Distortion Guitar Dist.Gtr 1 FeedbkGt 2 32 Guitar Harmonics GtrHarmo 1

Bass 33 Acoustic Bass Aco.Bass 1 JazzRthm 2 34 Electric Bass (nger) FngrBass 1 FlangeBa 2 Ba&DstEG 2 35 Electric Bass (pick) PickBass 1 MutePkBa 1 36 Fretless Bass Fretless 1 Fretles2 2 Fretles3 2 Fretles4 2 37 Slap Bass 1 SlapBas1 1 ResoSlap 1 PunchThm 2 38 Slap Bass 2 SlapBas2 1 39 Synth Bass 1 SynBass1 1 Clv Bass 2 TechnoBa 2 40 Synth Bass 2 SynBass2 2 SmthSynB 2 ModulrBa 2

Strings 41 Violin Violin 1 42 Viola Viola 1 43 Cello Cello 1 44 Contrabass Contrabs 1 45 Tremolo Strings Trem.Str 1 Susp.Str 2 46 Pizzicato Strings Pizz.Str 1 47 Orchestral Harp Harp 1 YangChin 2 48 Timpani Timpani 1

Ensemble 49 String Ensemble 1 Strings1 1 60sStrng 2 Orchestr 2 50 String Ensemble 2 Strings2 1 Warm Str 2 51 Synth Strings 1 Syn.Str1 2 Reso Str 2 52 Synth Strings 2 Syn.Str2 2 53 Choir Aahs ChoirAah 1 MelChoir 2 ChoirStr 2 54 Voice Oohs VoiceOoh 1 55 Synth Voice SynVoice 1 SyVoice2 2 56 Orchestra Hit Orch.Hit 2 OrchHit2 2

Brass 57 Trumpet Trumpet 1 Warm Trp 2 58 Trombone Trombone 1 59 Tuba Tuba 1 60 Muted Trumpet Mute.Trp 1 61 French Horn Fr. Horn 2 FrHorn 2 1 HornOrch 2 62 Brass Section 1 BrasSect 1 Tp&TbSec 2 BrssSec2 2 63 Synth Brass 1 SynBrss1 2 SynBrss3 2 JumpBrss 2 64 Synth Brass 2 SynBrss2 1 SynBrss4 2

Reed 65 Soprano Sax SprnoSax 1 66 Alto Sax Alto Sax 1 Sax Sect 2 67 Tenor Sax TenorSax 1 BrthTnSx 2 68 Baritone Sax Bari.Sax 1 69 Oboe Oboe 2 70 English Horn Eng.Horn 1 71 Bassoon Bassoon 1 72 Clarinet Clarinet 1

Pipe 73 Piccolo Piccolo 1 74 Flute Flute 1 75 Recorder Recorder 1 76 Pan Flute PanFlute 1 77 Blown Bottle Bottle 2 78 Shakuhachi Shakhchi 2 79 Whistle Whistle 1 80 Ocarina Ocarina 1

Synth Lead 81 Lead 1 (square) SquareLd 2 82 Lead 2 (sawtooth) Saw Ld 2 WaspySyn 2 PulseSaw 2 83 Lead 3 (calliope) CaliopLd 2 84 Lead 4 (chiff) Chiff Ld 2 85 Lead 5 (charang) CharanLd 2 86 Lead 6 (voice) Voice Ld 2 87 Lead 7 (fths) Fifth Ld 2 Big Five 2 88 Lead 8 (bass+lead) Bass&Ld 2

Synth Pad 89 Pad 1 (new age) NewAgePd 2 90 Pad 2 (warm) Warm Pad 2 91 Pad 3 (polysynth) PolySyPd 2 92 Pad 4 (choir) ChoirPad 2 93 Pad 5 (bowed) BowedPad 2 94 Pad 6 (metallic) MetalPad 2 95 Pad 7 (halo) Halo Pad 2 96 Pad 8 (sweep) SweepPad 2 Converge 2

Synth Effects 97 FX 1 (rain) Rain 2 98 FX 2 (soundtrack) SoundTrk 2 Prologue 2 99 FX 3 (crystal) Crystal 2 RndGlock 2 GlockChi 2

100 FX 4 (atmosphere) Atmosphr 2 Nylon EP 2 101 FX 5 (brightness) Bright 2 102 FX 6 (goblins) Goblins 2 103 FX 7 (echoes) Echoes 2 104 FX 8 (sci-) Sci-Fi 2

Ethnic 105 Sitar Sitar 1 DetSitar 2 Sitar 2 2 106 Banjo Banjo 1 MuteBnjo 1 107 Shamisen Shamisen 1 108 Koto Koto 1 109 Kalimba Kalimba 1 110 Bagpipe Bagpipe 2 111 Fiddle Fiddle 1 112 Shanai Shanai 1

Percussive 113 Tinkle Bell TnklBell 2 114 Agogo Agogo 2 115 Steel Drums SteelDrm 2 116 Woodblock Woodblok 1 117 Taiko Drum TaikoDrm 1 118 Melodic Tom 1 MelodTom 2 119 Synth Drum Syn Drum 1 120 Reverse Cymbal RevCymbl 1

Sound Effects 121 Guitar Fret Noise FretNoiz 2 122 Breath Noise BrthNoiz 2 123 Seashore Seashore 2 124 Bird Tweet Tweet 2 125 Telephone Ring Telphone 1 126 Helicopter Helicptr 1 127 Applause Applause 1 128 Gunshot Gunshot 1

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XG Voice List

: Same as Bank 0 : No sound E : Element number

Velo-Switch Velo-Xfade other wave Instrument

Group Pgm#

Bank 0 Bank Select LSB=00

Bank 0 E Bank 41 E Bank 42 E Bank 43 E Bank 45 E Bank 64 E Bank 65 E Bank 66 E Bank 67 E Bank 68 E Bank 69 E Bank 70 E Bank 71 E

Piano 1 Acoustic Grand Piano GrandPno 1 Dream 2 2 Bright Acoustic Piano BritePno 1 3 Electric Grand Piano El.Grand 2 LayerCP2 2 4 Honky-tonk Piano HnkyTonk 2 5 Electric Piano 1 E.Piano1 2 VX El.P1 2 60sEl.P1 1 6 Electric Piano 2 E.Piano2 2 DX+Analg 2 DXKotoEP 2 VX El.P2 2 7 Harpsichord Harpsi. 1 8 Clavi Clavi. 2 PulseClv 1 PierceCl 2

Chromatic 9 Celesta Celesta 1 Percussion 10 Glockenspiel Glocken 1

11 Music Box MusicBox 2 Orgel 2 12 Vibraphone Vibes 1 HardVibe 2 13 Marimba Marimba 1 SineMrmb 2 14 Xylophone Xylophon 1 15 Tubular Bells TubulBel 1 16 Dulcimer Dulcimer 1

Organ 17 Drawbar Organ 1 DrawOrgn 1 Organ Ba 1 70sDrOr2 2 CheezOrg 2 DrawOrg3 2 18 Percussive Organ PercOrgn 1 19 Rock Organ RockOrgn 2 RotaryOr 2 SloRotar 2 FstRotar 2 20 Church Organ 1 ChrchOrg 2 OrgFlute 2 TrmOrgFl 2 21 Reed Organ ReedOrgn 1 22 Accordion Acordion 2 23 Hamonica Harmnica 1 24 Tango Accordion TangoAcd 2 TngoAcd2 2

Guitar 25 Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 1 NylonGtr 1 VelGtHrm 2 26 Acoustic Guitar (steel) SteelGtr 1 Stl&Body 2 27 Electric Guitar (jazz) Jazz Gtr 1 28 Electric Guitar (clean) CleanGtr 1 29 Electric Guitar (muted) Mute.Gtr 1 MuteStlG 2 FunkGtr2 2 Jazz Man 1 30 Overdriven Guitar Ovrdrive 1 Gt.Pinch 2 31 Distortion Guitar Dist.Gtr 1 FeedbkG2 2 32 Guitar Harmonics GtrHarmo 1 GtFeedbk 1 GtrHrmo2 1

Bass 33 Acoustic Bass Aco.Bass 1 VXUprght 2 34 Electric Bass (nger) FngrBass 1 FngrSlap 2 FngBass2 2 Mod.Bass 2 35 Electric Bass (pick) PickBass 1 36 Fretless Bass Fretless 1 37 Slap Bass 1 SlapBas1 1 38 Slap Bass 2 SlapBas2 1 VeloSlap 2 39 Synth Bass 1 SynBass1 1 Orbiter 2 Sqr.Bass 1 RubberBa 2 40 Synth Bass 2 SynBass2 2 DX Bass 2 X WireBa 2

Strings 41 Violin Violin 1 42 Viola Viola 1 43 Cello Cello 1 44 Contrabass Contrabs 1 45 Tremolo Strings Trem.Str 1 46 Pizzicato Strings Pizz.Str 1 47 Orchestral Harp Harp 1 48 Timpani Timpani 1

Ensemble 49 String Ensemble 1 Strings1 1 Orchstr2 2 TremOrch 2 Velo.Str 2 50 String Ensemble 2 Strings2 1 Kingdom 2 70s Str 1 Strings3 1 51 Synth Strings 1 Syn.Str1 2 Syn Str4 2 Syn Str5 2 52 Synth Strings 2 Syn.Str2 2 53 Choir Aahs ChoirAah 1 54 Voice Oohs VoiceOoh 1 55 Synth Voice SynVoice 1 Choral 2 AnaVoice 1 56 Orchestra Hit Orch.Hit 2 Impact 2

Brass 57 Trumpet Trumpet 1 58 Trombone Trombone 1 59 Tuba Tuba 1 60 Muted Trumpet Mute.Trp 1 61 French Horn Fr. Horn 2 62 Brass Section 1 BrasSect 1 Hi Brass 2 MelloBrs 2 63 Synth Brass 1 SynBrss1 2 AnVelBr1 2 AnaBrss1 2 64 Synth Brass 2 SynBrss2 1 ChoirBrs 2 AnVelBr2 2 AnaBrss2 2

Reed 65 Soprano Sax SprnoSax 1 66 Alto Sax Alto Sax 1 HyprAlto 2 67 Tenor Sax TenorSax 1 SoftTenr 2 TnrSax 2 1 68 Baritone Sax Bari.Sax 1 69 Oboe Oboe 2 70 English Horn Eng.Horn 1 71 Bassoon Bassoon 1 72 Clarinet Clarinet 1

Pipe 73 Piccolo Piccolo 1 74 Flute Flute 1 75 Recorder Recorder 1 76 Pan Flute PanFlute 1 77 Blown Bottle Bottle 2 78 Shakuhachi Shakhchi 2 79 Whistle Whistle 1 80 Ocarina Ocarina 1

Synth Lead 81 Lead 1 (square) SquareLd 2 Mellow 2 SoloSine 2 SineLead 1 82 Lead 2 (sawtooth) Saw Ld 2 Dr. Lead 2 VeloLead 2 83 Lead 3 (calliope) CaliopLd 2 PureLead 2 84 Lead 4 (chiff) Chiff Ld 2 Rubby 2 85 Lead 5 (charang) CharanLd 2 DistLead 2 WireLead 2 86 Lead 6 (voice) Voice Ld 2 Vox Lead 2 87 Lead 7 (fths) Fifth Ld 2 88 Lead 8 (bass+lead) Bass&Ld 2 Fat&Prky 2 Soft Wrl 2

Synth Pad 89 Pad 1 (new age) NewAgePd 2 Fantasy 2 90 Pad 2 (warm) Warm Pad 2 Horn Pad 2 RotarStr 2 91 Pad 3 (polysynth) PolySyPd 2 PolyPd80 2 ClickPad 2 Ana. Pad 2 SquarPad 2 92 Pad 4 (choir) ChoirPad 2 Heaven 2 Itopia 2 CC Pad 2 93 Pad 5 (bowed) BowedPad 2 Glacier 2 GlassPad 2 94 Pad 6 (metallic) MetalPad 2 Tine Pad 2 Pan Pad 2 95 Pad 7 (halo) Halo Pad 2 96 Pad 8 (sweep) SweepPad 2 PolarPad 2 Celstial 2

Synth Effects 97 FX 1 (rain) Rain 2 ClaviPad 2 HrmoRain 2 AfrcnWnd 2 Carib 2 98 FX 2 (soundtrack) SoundTrk 2 Ancestrl 2 99 FX 3 (crystal) Crystal 2 ClearBel 2 ChorBell 2 SynMalet 1 SftCryst 2 LoudGlok 2 ChrstBel 2 VibeBell 2 DigiBell 2 AirBells 2 BellHarp 2

100 FX 4 (atmosphere) Atmosphr 2 NylnHarp 2 Harp Vox 2 AtmosPad 2 Planet 2 101 FX 5 (brightness) Bright 2 FantaBel 2 102 FX 6 (goblins) Goblins 2 GobSynth 2 Creeper 2 Ring Pad 2 Ritual 2 ToHeaven 2 Night 2 Glisten 2 103 FX 7 (echoes) Echoes 2 EchoBell 2 Big Pan 2 SynPiano 2 Creation 2 StarDust 2 Reso&Pan 2 104 FX 8 (sci-) Sci-Fi 2 Starz 2

Ethnic 105 Sitar Sitar 1 106 Banjo Banjo 1 107 Shamisen Shamisen 1 108 Koto Koto 1 109 Kalimba Kalimba 1 110 Bagpipe Bagpipe 2 111 Fiddle Fiddle 1 112 Shanai Shanai 1 Shanai 2 1

Percussive 113 Tinkle Bell TnklBell 2 114 Agogo Agogo 2 115 Steel Drums SteelDrm 2 116 Woodblock Woodblok 1 117 Taiko Drum TaikoDrm 1 118 Melodic Tom 1 MelodTom 2 Mel Tom2 1 Real Tom 2 Rock Tom 2 119 Synth Drum Syn Drum 1 Ana Tom 1 ElecPerc 2 120 Reverse Cymbal RevCymbl 1

Sound Effects 121 Guitar Fret Noise FretNoiz 2 122 Breath Noise BrthNoiz 2 123 Seashore Seashore 2 124 Bird Tweet Tweet 2 125 Telephone Ring Telphone 1 126 Helicopter Helicptr 1 127 Applause Applause 1 128 Gunshot Gunshot 1

CLP-990

XG Voice List

: Same as Bank 0 : No sound E : Element number

Instrument Group

Pgm# Bank 0

Bank Select LSB=00 Bank 0 E Bank 72 E Bank 96 E Bank 97 E Bank 98 E Bank 99 E Bank 100 E Bank 101 E

Piano 1 Acoustic Grand Piano GrandPno 1 2 Bright Acoustic Piano BritePno 1 3 Electric Grand Piano El.Grand 2 4 Honky-tonk Piano HnkyTonk 2 5 Electric Piano 1 E.Piano1 2 6 Electric Piano 2 E.Piano2 2 7 Harpsichord Harpsi. 1 8 Clavi Clavi. 2

Chromatic 9 Celesta Celesta 1 Percussion 10 Glockenspiel Glocken 1

11 Music Box MusicBox 2 12 Vibraphone Vibes 1 13 Marimba Marimba 1 Balimba 2 Log Drum 2 14 Xylophone Xylophon 1 15 Tubular Bells TubulBel 1 ChrchBel 2 Carillon 2 16 Dulcimer Dulcimer 1 Cimbalom 2 Santur 2

Organ 17 Drawbar Organ 1 DrawOrgn 1 18 Percussive Organ PercOrgn 1 19 Rock Organ RockOrgn 2 20 Church Organ 1 ChrchOrg 2 21 Reed Organ ReedOrgn 1 22 Accordion Acordion 2 23 Hamonica Harmnica 1 24 Tango Accordion TangoAcd 2

Guitar 25 Acoustic Guitar (nylon) 1 NylonGtr 1 Ukulele 1 26 Acoustic Guitar (steel) SteelGtr 1 Mandolin 2 27 Electric Guitar (jazz) Jazz Gtr 1 28 Electric Guitar (clean) CleanGtr 1 29 Electric Guitar (muted) Mute.Gtr 1 30 Overdriven Guitar Ovrdrive 1 31 Distortion Guitar Dist.Gtr 1 32 Guitar Harmonics GtrHarmo 1

Bass 33 Acoustic Bass Aco.Bass 1 34 Electric Bass (nger) FngrBass 1 35 Electric Bass (pick) PickBass 1 36 Fretless Bass Fretless 1 SynFretl 2 SmthFrtl 2 37 Slap Bass 1 SlapBas1 1 38 Slap Bass 2 SlapBas2 1 39 Synth Bass 1 SynBass1 1 Hammer 2 40 Synth Bass 2 SynBass2 2

Strings 41 Violin Violin 1 42 Viola Viola 1 43 Cello Cello 1 44 Contrabass Contrabs 1 45 Tremolo Strings Trem.Str 1 46 Pizzicato Strings Pizz.Str 1 47 Orchestral Harp Harp 1 48 Timpani Timpani 1

Ensemble 49 String Ensemble 1 Strings1 1 50 String Ensemble 2 Strings2 1 51 Synth Strings 1 Syn.Str1 2 52 Synth Strings 2 Syn.Str2 2 53 Choir Aahs ChoirAah 1 54 Voice Oohs VoiceOoh 1 55 Synth Voice SynVoice 1 56 Orchestra Hit Orch.Hit 2

Brass 57 Trumpet Trumpet 1 58 Trombone Trombone 1 59 Tuba Tuba 1 60 Muted Trumpet Mute.Trp 1 61 French Horn Fr. Horn 2 62 Brass Section 1 BrasSect 1 63 Synth Brass 1 SynBrss1 2 64 Synth Brass 2 SynBrss2 1

Reed 65 Soprano Sax SprnoSax 1 66 Alto Sax Alto Sax 1 67 Tenor Sax TenorSax 1 68 Baritone Sax Bari.Sax 1 69 Oboe Oboe 2 70 English Horn Eng.Horn 1 71 Bassoon Bassoon 1 72 Clarinet Clarinet 1

Pipe 73 Piccolo Piccolo 1 74 Flute Flute 1 75 Recorder Recorder 1 76 Pan Flute PanFlute 1 77 Blown Bottle Bottle 2 78 Shakuhachi Shakhchi 2 79 Whistle Whistle 1 80 Ocarina Ocarina 1

Synth Lead 81 Lead 1 (square) SquareLd 2 82 Lead 2 (sawtooth) Saw Ld 2 Seq Ana. 2 83 Lead 3 (calliope) CaliopLd 2 84 Lead 4 (chiff) Chiff Ld 2 85 Lead 5 (charang) CharanLd 2 86 Lead 6 (voice) Voice Ld 2 87 Lead 7 (fths) Fifth Ld 2 88 Lead 8 (bass+lead) Bass&Ld 2

Synth Pad 89 Pad 1 (new age) NewAgePd 2 90 Pad 2 (warm) Warm Pad 2 91 Pad 3 (polysynth) PolySyPd 2 92 Pad 4 (choir) ChoirPad 2 93 Pad 5 (bowed) BowedPad 2 94 Pad 6 (metallic) MetalPad 2 95 Pad 7 (halo) Halo Pad 2 96 Pad 8 (sweep) SweepPad 2

Synth Effects 97 FX 1 (rain) Rain 2 98 FX 2 (soundtrack) SoundTrk 2 99 FX 3 (crystal) Crystal 2 Gamelmba 2 100 FX 4 (atmosphere) Atmosphr 2 101 FX 5 (brightness) Bright 2 Smokey 2 102 FX 6 (goblins) Goblins 2 BelChoir 2 103 FX 7 (echoes) Echoes 2 104 FX 8 (sci-) Sci-Fi 2

Ethnic 105 Sitar Sitar 1 Tambra 2 Tamboura 2 106 Banjo Banjo 1 Rabab 2 Gopichnt 2 Oud 2 107 Shamisen Shamisen 1 108 Koto Koto 1 Taisho-k 2 Kanoon 2 109 Kalimba Kalimba 1 110 Bagpipe Bagpipe 2 111 Fiddle Fiddle 1 112 Shanai Shanai 1 Pungi 1 Hichriki 2

Percussive 113 Tinkle Bell TnklBell 2 Bonang 2 Altair 2 Gamelan 2 S.Gamlan 2 Rama Cym 2 AsianBel 2 114 Agogo Agogo 2 115 Steel Drums SteelDrm 2 GlasPerc 2 ThaiBell 2 116 Woodblock Woodblok 1 Castanet 1 117 Taiko Drum TaikoDrm 1 Gr.Cassa 1 118 Melodic Tom 1 MelodTom 2 119 Synth Drum Syn Drum 1 120 Reverse Cymbal RevCymbl 1

Sound Effects 121 Guitar Fret Noise FretNoiz 2 122 Breath Noise BrthNoiz 2 123 Seashore Seashore 2 124 Bird Tweet Tweet 2 125 Telephone Ring Telphone 1 126 Helicopter Helicptr 1 127 Applause Applause 1 128 Gunshot Gunshot 1

Bank Select MSB=64 SFX

Pch# Bank 0 E 1 CuttngNz 1 2 CttngNz2 2 3 4 Str Slap 1 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Fl.KClik 1 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Shower 1 34 Thunder 1 35 Wind 1 36 Stream 2 37 Bubble 2 38 Feed 2 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 Dog 1 50 Horse 1 51 Tweet 2 1 52 53 54 55 Ghost 2 56 Maou 2 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 PhonCall 1 66 DoorSqek 1 67 Door Slam 1 68 ScratchC 1 69 ScratchS 2 70 WindChim 1 71 Telphon2 1 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 CarEIgnt 1 82 CarTSqel 1 83 Car Pass 1 84 CarCrash 1 85 Siren 2 86 Train 1 87 JetPlane 2 88 Starship 2 89 Burst 2 90 Coaster 2 91 Submarin 2 92 93 94 95 96 97 Laugh 1 98 Scream 1 99 Punch 1

100 Heart 1 101 Footstep 1 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 MchinGun 1 114 LaserGun 2 115 Xplosion 2 116 Firework 2 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128

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XG Drum Kit List These XG drum kit voices are used for GM/XG/DOC song playback. They are not used for your manual performance.

: Same as Standard Kit : No sound

Bank MSB# 127 127 127 127 127 127 Program # 1 2 9 17 25 26

Note# Note Rcv Note off

Alternate Group StandKit StndKit2 Room Kit Rock Kit ElctrKit AnalgKit

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 Mtrnm Click 22 A# -1 Mtrnm Bell 23 B -1 Seq Click L 24 C 0 Seq Click H 25 C# 0 Brush Tap 26 D 0 O Brush Swirl 27 D# 0 Brush Slap 28 E 0 O BrushTapSwrl ReversCymbal ReversCymbal 29 F 0 O Snare Roll Snare Roll 2 30 F# 0 Castanet Hi Q 2 Hi Q 2 31 G 0 Snare Soft Snare Soft 2 Snare Noisy SnrSnpyElctr SnareNoisy 4 32 G# 0 Sticks 33 A 0 Kick Soft Kick Tight 2 Kick 3 Kick Tight 2 34 A# 0 OpenRimShot RimShotHShrt 35 B 0 Kick Tight KickTghtShrt Kick 2 Kick Gate KickAnlgShrt 36 C 1 Kick Kick Short Kick Gate KckGateHeavy Kick Analog 37 C# 1 Side Stick SideStickAn 38 D 1 Snare Snare Short Snare Snappy Snare Rock SnareNoisy 2 SnareAnalog 39 D# 1 Hand Clap 40 E 1 Snare Tight SnareTight H SnrTightSnpy Snare Rock Rim SnareNoisy 3 SnareAnalog2 41 F 1 Floor Tom L Tom Room 1 Tom Rock 1 TomElectro 1 Tom Analog 1 42 F# 1 1 Hi-HatClosed HatCloseAnlg 43 G 1 Floor Tom H Tom Room 2 Tom Rock 2 TomElectro 2 Tom Analog 2 44 G# 1 1 Hi-Hat Pedal HatCloseAn 2 45 A 1 Low Tom Tom Room 3 Tom Rock 3 TomElectro 3 Tom Analog 3 46 A# 1 1 Hi-Hat Open HatOpen Anlg 47 B 1 Mid Tom L Tom Room 4 Tom Rock 4 TomElectro 4 Tom Analog 4 48 C 2 Mid Tom H Tom Room 5 Tom Rock 5 TomElectro 5 Tom Analog 5 49 C# 2 CrashCymbal1 Crash Analog 50 D 2 High Tom Tom Room 6 Tom Rock 6 TomElectro 6 Tom Analog 6 51 D# 2 RideCymbal 1 52 E 2 Chinese Cym 53 F 2 Ride Cym Cup 54 F# 2 Tambourine 55 G 2 SplashCymbal 56 G# 2 Cowbell Cowbell Anlg 57 A 2 CrashCymbal2 58 A# 2 Vibraslap 59 B 2 RideCymbal 2 60 C 3 Bongo H 61 C# 3 Bongo L 62 D 3 Conga H Mute Conga Anlg H 63 D# 3 Conga H Open Conga Anlg M 64 E 3 Conga L Conga Anlg L 65 F 3 Timbale H 66 F# 3 Timbale L 67 G 3 Agogo H 68 G# 3 Agogo L 69 A 3 Cabasa 70 A# 3 Maracas Maracas 2 71 B 3 O SambaWhistlH 72 C 4 O SambaWhistlL 73 C# 4 Guiro Short 74 D 4 O Guiro Long 75 D# 4 Claves Claves 2 76 E 4 Wood Block H 77 F 4 Wood Block L 78 F# 4 Cuica Mute Scratch H 2 Scratch H 2 79 G 4 Cuica Open Scratch L 2 Scratch L 2 80 G# 4 2 TriangleMute 81 A 4 2 TriangleOpen 82 A# 4 Shaker 83 B 4 Jingle Bells 84 C 5 Bell Tree 85 C# 5 86 D 5 87 D# 5 88 E 5 89 F 5 90 F# 5 91 G 5

Key Off: Keys marked O stop sounding the instant they are released. Alternate Assign: Playing any instrument within a numbered group will immediately

0 CLP-990 stop the sound of any other instrument in the same group of the same number.

XG Drum Kit List

Bank MSB# 127 127 127 127 127 126 126 Program # 1 28 33 41 49 1 2

Note# Note Rcv Note off

Alter- nate

Group StandKit DanceKit Jazz Kit BrushKit SymphKit SFXKit 1 SFXKit 2

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 Mtrnm Click 22 A# -1 Mtrnm Bell 23 B -1 Seq Click L 24 C 0 Seq Click H 25 C# 0 Brush Tap 26 D 0 O Brush Swirl 27 D# 0 Brush Slap 28 E 0 O BrushTapSwrl ReversCymbal 29 F 0 O Snare Roll 30 F# 0 Castanet Hi Q 2 31 G 0 Snare Soft Snare Tchno 3 Brush Slap 2 32 G# 0 Sticks 33 A 0 Kick Soft Kick Techno Q Kick Soft 2 34 A# 0 OpenRimShot Rim Gate 35 B 0 Kick Tight Kick Techno L Gran Cassa 36 C 1 Kick Kick Techno 2 Kick Jazz Kick Small GranCassa Mu CuttingNoiz Phone Call 37 C# 1 Side Stick Side Stick Analog CuttingNoiz Door Squeak 38 D 1 Snare Snare Clap Brush Slap 3 Band Snare Door Slam 39 D# 1 Hand Clap String Slap Scratch Cut 40 E 1 Snare Tight Snare Dry 2 Brush Tap 2 Band Snare 2 Scratch H 3 41 F 1 Floor Tom L Tom Analog 1 Tom Jazz 1 Tom Brush 1 Tom Jazz 1 Wind Chime 42 F# 1 1 Hi-HatClosed Hi-Hat Closed 3 Telephone 2 43 G 1 Floor Tom H Tom Analog 2 Tom Jazz 2 Tom Brush 2 Tom Jazz 2 44 G# 1 1 Hi-Hat Pedal HatCloseAn 2 45 A 1 Low Tom Tom Analog 3 Tom Jazz 3 Tom Brush 3 Tom Jazz 3 46 A# 1 1 Hi-Hat Open Hi-Hat Open 3 47 B 1 Mid Tom L Tom Analog 4 Tom Jazz 4 Tom Brush 4 Tom Jazz 4 48 C 2 Mid Tom H Tom Analog 5 Tom Jazz 5 Tom Brush 5 Tom Jazz 5 49 C# 2 CrashCymbal1 Clash Analog Hand Cymbal 50 D 2 High Tom Tom Analog 6 Tom Jazz 6 Tom Brush 6 Tom Jazz 6 51 D# 2 RideCymbal 1 HandCymShort 52 E 2 Chinese Cym Fl.Key Click CarEngnIgnit 53 F 2 Ride Cym Cup CarTireSqeal 54 F# 2 Tambourine Car Passing 55 G 2 SplashCymbal Car Crash 56 G# 2 Cowbell Cowbell Anlg Siren 57 A 2 CrashCymbal2 HandCymbal 2 Train 58 A# 2 Vibraslap Jet Plane 59 B 2 RideCymbal 2 HandCym2Shrt Starship 60 C 3 Bongo H Burst 61 C# 3 Bongo L Coaster 62 D 3 Conga H Mute Conga Anlg H Submarine 63 D# 3 Conga H Open Conga Anlg M 64 E 3 Conga L Conga Anlg L 65 F 3 Timbale H 66 F# 3 Timbale L 67 G 3 Agogo H 68 G# 3 Agogo L Shower Laugh 69 A 3 Cabasa Thunder Scream 70 A# 3 Maracas Maracas 2 Wind Punch 71 B 3 O SambaWhistlH Stream Heartbeat 72 C 4 O SambaWhistlL Bubble Footsteps 73 C# 4 Guiro Short Feed 74 D 4 O Guiro Long 75 D# 4 Claves Claves 2 76 E 4 Wood Block H 77 F 4 Wood Block L 78 F# 4 Cuica Mute Scratch H 2 79 G 4 Cuica Open Scratch L 3 80 G# 4 2 TriangleMute 81 A 4 2 TriangleOpen 82 A# 4 Shaker 83 B 4 Jingle Bells 84 C 5 Bell Tree Dog Machine Gun 85 C# 5 Horse Laser Gun 86 D 5 Bird Tweet 2 Explosion 87 D# 5 FireWork 88 E 5 89 F 5 90 F# 5 Ghost 91 G 5 Maou

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XG Effect Type List

REVERB

CHORUS

VARIATION

* MSB, LSB is represented in hexadecimal. * LSB=0 is the basic effect type.

Exclusive Effect Type Description

MSB LSB 00 00 NoEffect Effect turned off. 01 00 Hall1 Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall. 01 01 Hall2 Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall. 02 00 Room1 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room. 02 01 Room2 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room. 02 02 Room3 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room. 03 00 Stage1 Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument. 03 01 Stage2 Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument. 04 00 Plate Reverb simulating a metal plate reverb unit. 10 00 W-Room A unique short reverb with a bit of initial delay. 11 00 Tunnel Simulation of a tunnel space expanding to left and right. 13 00 Basement A bit of initial delay followed by reverb with a unique resonance.

Exclusive Effect Type Description

MSB LSB 00 00 NoEffect Effect turned off. 41 00 Chorus1 Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness. 41 01 Chorus2 Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness. 41 02 Chorus3 Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness. 41 08 Chorus4 Chorus with stereo input. The pan setting specied for the Part will also apply to the effect sound. 42 00 Celeste1 A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound. 42 01 Celeste2 A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound. 42 02 Celeste3 A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound. 42 08 Celeste4 Celeste with stereo input. The pan setting specied for the Part will also apply to the effect sound. 43 00 Flanger1 Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound. 43 01 Flanger2 Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound. 43 08 Flanger3 Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound.

Exclusive Effect Type Description

MSB LSB 00 00 NoEffect Effect turned off. 01 00 Hall1 Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall. 01 01 Hall2 Reverb simulating the resonance of a hall. 02 00 Room1 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room. 02 01 Room2 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room. 02 02 Room3 Reverb simulating the resonance of a room. 03 00 Stage1 Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument. 03 01 Stage2 Reverb appropriate for a solo instrument. 04 00 Plate Reverb simulating a metal plate reverb unit. 05 00 DelayLCR A program that creates three delay sounds; L, R, and C (center). 06 00 DelayLR A program that creates two delay sounds; L and R. Two feedback delays are provided. 07 00 Echo Two delays (L and R) and independent feedback delays for L and R. 08 00 CrsDelay A program that crosses the feedback of two delays. 09 00 E-Ref1 An effect that produces only the early reection component of reverb. 09 01 E-Ref2 An effect that produces only the early reection component of reverb. 0A 00 GateRev A simulation of gated reverb. 0B 00 RvsGate A program that simulates gated reverb played backwards. 14 00 Karaoke1 A delay with feedback of the same types as used for karaoke reverb. 14 01 Karaoke2 A delay with feedback of the same types as used for karaoke reverb. 14 02 Karaoke3 A delay with feedback of the same types as used for karaoke reverb. 41 00 Chorus1 Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness. 41 01 Chorus2 Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness. 41 02 Chorus3 Conventional chorus program that adds natural spaciousness. 41 08 Chorus4 Chorus with stereo input. 42 00 Celeste1 A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound. 42 01 Celeste2 A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound. 42 02 Celeste3 A 3-phase LFO adds modulation and spaciousness to the sound. 42 08 Celeste4 Celeste with stereo input. 43 00 Flanger1 Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound. 43 01 Flanger2 Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound. 43 08 Flanger3 Adds a jet-airplane effect to the sound. 44 00 Symphnic A multi-phase version of Celeste. 45 00 RotarySp A simulation of a rotary speaker. 46 00 Tremolo An effect that cyclically modulates the volume. 47 00 AutoPan A program that cyclically moves that sound image to left and right, front and back. 48 00 Phaser1 Cyclically changes the phase to add modulation to the sound. 48 08 Phaser2 Phaser with stereo input. 49 00 Dist Adds a sharp-edged distortion to the sound. 4A 00 OverDrv Adds mild distortion to the sound. 4B 00 AmpSim A simulation of a guitar amp. 4C 00 3BandEQ A mono EQ with adjustable LOW, MID, and HIGH equalizing. 4D 00 2BandEQ A stereo EQ with adjustable LOW and HIGH. Ideal for drum Parts. 4E 00 AutoWah Cyclically modulates the center frequency of a wah lter. With an AC1 etc. this can function as a pedal wah. 50 00 PitchCng This program changes the pitch of the input signal. 40 00 Thru Bypass without applying an effect.

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Effect Parameter List

Parameters marked with a in the Control column can be controlled from an AC1 (assignable controller 1) etc. However, this is valid only for a Variation effect (when selected for Insertion).

HALL1,HALL2 ROOM1,ROOM2,ROOM3 STAGE1,STAGE2 PLATE (reverb, variation block)

WHITE ROOM TUNNEL BASEMENT (reverb block)

DELAY L,C,R (variation block)

DELAY L,R (variation block)

ECHO (variation block)

CROSS DELAY (variation block)

EARLY REF1,EARLY REF2(variation block)

GATE REVERB REVERSE GATE (variation block)

TIP

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Reverb Time 0.3 - 30.0s 0 - 69 table#4 2 Diffusion 0 - 10 0 - 10 3 Initial Delay 0.1 - 99.3ms 0 - 63 table#5 4 HPF Cutoff Thru - 8.0kHz 0 - 52 table#3 5 LPF Cutoff 1.0k - Thru 34 - 60 table#3 6 7 8 9

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11 Rev Delay 0 - 63 0 - 63 table#5 12 Density 0 - 3 0 - 3 13 Er/Rev Balance E63>R - E=R - E

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Reverb Time 0.3 - 30.0s 0 - 69 table#4 2 Diffusion 0 - 10 0 - 10 3 Initial Delay 0.1 - 99.3ms 0 - 63 table#5 4 HPF Cutoff Thru - 8.0kHz 0 - 52 table#3 5 LPF Cutoff 1.0k - Thru 34 - 60 table#3 6 Width 0.5 - 10.2m 0 - 37 table#8 7 Heigt 0.5 - 20.2m 0 - 73 table#8 8 Depth 0.5 - 30.2m 0 - 104 table#8 9 Wall Vary 0 - 30 0 - 30

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11 Rev Delay 0 - 63 0 - 63 table#5 12 Density 0 - 3 0 - 3 13 Er/Rev Balance E63>R - E=R - E

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Lch Delay 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 2 Rch Delay 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 3 Cch Delay 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 4 Feedback Delay 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 5 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 6 Cch Level 0 - 127 0 - 127 7 High Damp 0.1 - 1.0 1 - 10 8 9

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11 12 13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 14 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 16 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Lch Delay 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 2 Rch Delay 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 3 Feedback Delay 1 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 4 Feedback Delay 2 0.1 - 715.0ms (variation block) 1 - 7150 5 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 6 High Damp 0.1 - 1.0 1 - 10 7 8 9

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11 12 13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 14 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 16 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Lch Delay1 0.1 - 355.0ms (variation block) 1 - 3550 2 Lch Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 3 Rch Delay1 0.1 - 355.0ms (variation block) 1 - 3550 4 Rch Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 5 High Damp 0.1 - 1.0 1 - 10 6 Lch Delay2 0.1 - 355.0ms (variation block) 1 - 3550 7 Rch Delay2 0.1 - 355.0ms (variation block) 1 - 3550 8 Delay2 Level 0 - 127 0 - 127 9

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11 12 13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 14 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 16 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 L->R Delay 0.1 - 355.0ms (variation block) 1 - 3550 2 R->L Delay 0.1 - 355.0ms (variation block) 1 - 3550 3 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 4 Input Select L,R,L&R 0 - 2 5 High Damp 0.1 - 1.0 1 - 10 6 7 8 9

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11 12 13 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 14 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 15 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 16 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Type S-H, L-H, Rdm, Rvs, Plt, Spr 0 - 5 2 Room Size 0.1 - 7.0 0 - 44 table#6 3 Diffusion 0 - 10 0 - 10 4 Initial Delay 0.1 - 99.3ms 0 - 63 table#5 5 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 6 HPF Cutoff Thru - 8.0kHz 0 - 52 table#3 7 LPF Cutoff 1.0k - Thru 34 - 60 table#3 8 9

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11 Liveness 0 - 10 0 - 10 12 Density 0 - 3 0 - 3 13 High Damp 0.1 - 1.0 1 - 10 14 15 16

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Type TypeA,TypeB 0 - 1 2 Room Size 0.1 - 7.0 0 - 44 table#6 3 Diffusion 0 - 10 0 - 10 4 Initial Delay 0.1 - 99.3ms 0 - 63 table#5 5 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 6 HPF Cutoff Thru - 8.0kHz 0 - 52 table#3 7 LPF Cutoff 1.0k - Thru 34 - 60 table#3 8 9

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11 Liveness 0 - 10 0 - 10 12 Density 0 - 3 0 - 3 13 High Damp 0.1 - 1.0 1 - 10 14 15 16

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Effect Parameter List

KARAOKE1,2,3 (variation block)

CHORUS1,2,3,4 CELESTE1,2,3,4 (chorus, variation block)

FLANGER1,2,3 (chorus, variation block)

SYMPHONIC (variation block)

ROTARY SPEAKER (variation block)

TREMOLO (variation block)

AUTO PAN (variation block)

PHASER 1 (variation block)

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Delay Time 0.1 - 400ms 0 - 127 table#7 2 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 3 HPF Cutoff Thru - 8.0kHz 0 - 52 table#3 4 LPF Cutoff 1.0k - Thru 34 - 60 table#3 5 6 7 8 9

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No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1 2 LFO Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 4 Delay Offset 0.0 - 50 0 - 127 table#2 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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11 12 13 14 15 Input Mode mono/stereo 0 - 1 16

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1 2 LFO Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 4 Delay Offset 0 - 63 0 - 63 table#2 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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11 12 13 14 LFO Phase Difference -180 - +180deg 4 - 124 resolution=3deg. 15 16

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1 2 LFO Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 Delay Offset 0.0 - 50 0 - 127 table#2 4 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1

2 LFO Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 4 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1

2 AM Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 PM Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 4 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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11 12 13 14 LFO Phase Difference -180 - +180deg 4 - 124 resolution=3deg. 15 Input Mode mono/stereo 0 - 1 16

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1

2 L/R Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 F/R Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 4 PAN Direction L<->R,L->R,L<-R,Lturn,Rturn,L/R 0 - 5 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1 2 LFO Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 Phase Shift Offset 0 - 127 0 - 127 4 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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11 Stage 6 - 10 6 - 10 12 13 14 15 16

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Effect Parameter List

PHASER 2 (variation block)

DISTORTION OVERDRIVE (variation block)

AMP SIMULATOR (variation block)

3BAND EQ(MONO) (variation block)

2BAND EQ(STEREO) (variation block)

AUTO WAH (variation block)

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1 2 LFO Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 Phase Shift Offset 0 - 127 0 - 127 4 Feedback Level -63 - +63 1 - 127 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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11 Stage 3 - 5 3 - 5 12 13 LFO Phase Difference -180deg - +180deg 4 - 124 resolution=3deg. 14 15 16

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Drive 0 - 127 0 - 127

2 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 3 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 4 LPF Cutoff 1.0k - Thru 34 - 60 table#3 5 Output Level 0 - 127 0 - 127 6 7 EQ Mid Frequency 500Hz - 10.0kHz 28 - 54 table#3 8 EQ Mid Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 9 EQ Mid Width 1.0 - 12.0 10 - 120

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11 Edge(Clip Curve) 0 - 127 0 - 127 mild - sharp 12 13 14 15 16

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 Drive 0 - 127 0 - 127

2 AMP Type Off,Stack,Combo,Tube 0 - 3 3 LPF Cutoff 1.0k - Thru 34 - 60 table#3 4 Output Level 0 - 127 0 - 127 5 6 7 8 9

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11 Edge(Clip Curve) 0 - 127 0 - 127 mild - sharp 12 13 14 15 16

No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 2 EQ Mid Frequency 500Hz - 10.0kHz 28 - 54 table#3 3 EQ Mid Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 4 EQ Mid Width 1.0 - 12.0 10 - 120 5 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 8 9

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No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 2 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 3 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 4 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 5 6 7 8 9

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No. Parameter Display Value See Table Control 1 LFO Frequency 0.00Hz - 39.7Hz 0 - 127 table#1 2 LFO Depth 0 - 127 0 - 127 3 Cutoff Frequency Offset 0 - 127 0 - 127

4 Resonance 1.0 - 12.0 10 - 120 5 6 EQ Low Frequency 50Hz - 2.0kHz 8 - 40 table#3 7 EQ Low Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76 8 EQ High Frequency 500Hz - 16.0kHz 28 - 58 table#3 9 EQ High Gain -12 - +12dB 52 - 76

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Effect Data Assign Table table#1 LFO Frequency

table#2 Modulation Delay Offset

table#3 EQ Frequency

table#4 Reverb time

table#5 Delay Time(200.0ms)

Data Value Data Value 0 0.00 64 0.69 1 0.04 65 2.77 2 0.08 66 2.86 3 0.12 67 2.94 4 0.16 68 3.02 5 0.21 69 3.11 6 0.25 70 3.19 7 0.29 71 3.28 8 0.33 72 3.36 9 0.37 73 3.44

10 0.42 74 3.53 11 0.46 75 3.61 12 0.50 76 3.70 13 0.54 77 3.86 14 0.58 78 4.03 15 0.63 79 4.20 16 0.67 80 4.37 17 0.71 81 4.54 18 0.75 82 4.71 19 0.79 83 4.87 20 0.84 84 5.04 21 0.88 85 5.21 22 0.92 86 5.38 23 0.96 87 5.55 24 1.00 88 5.72 25 1.05 89 6.05 26 1.09 90 6.39 27 1.13 91 6.72 28 1.17 92 7.06 29 1.22 93 7.40 30 1.26 94 7.73 31 1.30 95 8.07 32 1.34 96 8.41 33 1.38 97 8.74 34 1.43 98 9.08 35 1.47 99 9.42 36 1.51 100 9.75 37 1.55 101 10.0 38 1.59 102 10.7 39 1.64 103 11.4 40 1.68 104 12.1 41 1.72 105 12.7 42 1.76 106 13.4 43 1.80 107 14.1 44 1.85 108 14.8 45 1.89 109 15.4 46 1.93 110 16.1 47 1.97 111 16.8 48 2.01 112 17.5 49 2.06 113 18.1 50 2.10 114 19.5 51 2.14 115 20.8 52 2.18 116 22.2 53 2.22 117 23.5 54 2.27 118 24.8 55 2.31 119 26.2 56 2.35 120 27.5 57 2.39 121 28.9 58 2.43 122 30.2 59 2.48 123 31.6 60 2.52 124 32.9 61 2.56 125 34.3 62 2.60 126 37.0 63 2.65 127 39.7

Data Value Data Value 0 0.0 64 6.4 1 0.1 65 6.5 2 0.2 66 6.6 3 0.3 67 6.7 4 0.4 68 6.8 5 0.5 69 6.9 6 0.6 70 7.0 7 0.7 71 7.1 8 0.8 72 7.2 9 0.9 73 7.3

10 1.0 74 7.4 11 1.1 75 7.5 12 1.2 76 7.6 13 1.3 77 7.7 14 1.4 78 7.8 15 1.5 79 7.9 16 1.6 80 8.0 17 1.7 81 8.1 18 1.8 82 8.2 19 1.9 83 8.3 20 2.0 84 8.4 21 2.1 85 8.5 22 2.2 86 8.6 23 2.3 87 8.7 24 2.4 88 8.8 25 2.5 89 8.9 26 2.6 90 9.0 27 2.7 91 9.1 28 2.8 92 9.2 29 2.9 93 9.3 30 3.0 94 9.4 31 3.1 95 9.5 32 3.2 96 9.6 33 3.3 97 9.7 34 3.4 98 9.8 35 3.5 99 9.9 36 3.6 100 10.0 37 3.7 101 11.1 38 3.8 102 12.2 39 3.9 103 13.3 40 4.0 104 14.4 41 4.1 105 15.5 42 4.2 106 17.1 43 4.3 107 18.6 44 4.4 108 20.2 45 4.5 109 21.8 46 4.6 110 23.3 47 4.7 111 24.9 48 4.8 112 26.5 49 4.9 113 28.0 50 5.0 114 29.6 51 5.1 115 31.2 52 5.2 116 32.8 53 5.3 117 34.3 54 5.4 118 35.9 55 5.5 119 37.5 56 5.6 120 39.0 57 5.7 121 40.6 58 5.8 122 42.2 59 5.9 123 43.7 60 6.0 124 45.3 61 6.1 125 46.9 62 6.2 126 48.4 63 6.3 127 50.0

Data Value 0 THRU(20) 1 22 2 25 3 28 4 32 5 36 6 40 7 45 8 50 9 56

10 63 11 70 12 80 13 90 14 100 15 110 16 125 17 140 18 160 19 180 20 200 21 225 22 250 23 280 24 315 25 355 26 400 27 450 28 500 29 560 30 630 31 700 32 800 33 900 34 1.0k 35 1.1k 36 1.2k 37 1.4k 38 1.6k 39 1.8k 40 2.0k 41 2.2k 42 2.5k 43 2.8k 44 3.2k 45 3.6k 46 4.0k 47 4.5k 48 5.0k 49 5.6k 50 6.3k 51 7.0k 52 8.0k 53 9.0k 54 10.0k 55 11.0k 56 12.0k 57 14.0k 58 16.0k 59 18.0k 60 THRU(20.0k)

Data Value Data Value 0 0.3 64 17.0 1 0.4 65 18.0 2 0.5 66 19.0 3 0.6 67 20.0 4 0.7 68 25.0 5 0.8 69 30.0 6 0.9 7 1.0 8 1.1 9 1.2

10 1.3 11 1.4 12 1.5 13 1.6 14 1.7 15 1.8 16 1.9 17 2.0 18 2.1 19 2.2 20 2.3 21 2.4 22 2.5 23 2.6 24 2.7 25 2.8 26 2.9 27 3.0 28 3.1 29 3.2 30 3.3 31 3.4 32 3.5 33 3.6 34 3.7 35 3.8 36 3.9 37 4.0 38 4.1 39 4.2 40 4.3 41 4.4 42 4.5 43 4.6 44 4.7 45 4.8 46 4.9 47 5.0 48 5.5 49 6.0 50 6.5 51 7.0 52 7.5 53 8.0 54 8.5 55 9.0 56 9.5 57 10.0 58 11.0 59 12.0 60 13.0 61 14.0 62 15.0 63 16.0

Data Value Data Value 0 0.1 64 100.8 1 1.7 65 102.4 2 3.2 66 104.0 3 4.8 67 105.6 4 6.4 68 107.1 5 8.0 69 108.7 6 9.5 70 110.3 7 11.1 71 111.9 8 12.7 72 113.4 9 14.3 73 115.0

10 15.8 74 116.6 11 17.4 75 118.2 12 19.0 76 119.7 13 20.6 77 121.3 14 22.1 78 122.9 15 23.7 79 124.4 16 25.3 80 126.0 17 26.9 81 127.6 18 28.4 82 129.2 19 30.0 83 130.7 20 31.6 84 132.3 21 33.2 85 133.9 22 34.7 86 135.5 23 36.3 87 137.0 24 37.9 88 138.6 25 39.5 89 140.2 26 41.0 90 141.8 27 42.6 91 143.3 28 44.2 92 144.9 29 45.7 93 146.5 30 47.3 94 148.1 31 48.9 95 149.6 32 50.5 96 151.2 33 52.0 97 152.8 34 53.6 98 154.4 35 55.2 99 155.9 36 56.8 100 157.5 37 58.3 101 159.1 38 59.9 102 160.6 39 61.5 103 162.2 40 63.1 104 163.8 41 64.6 105 165.4 42 66.2 106 166.9 43 67.8 107 168.5 44 69.4 108 170.1 45 70.9 109 171.7 46 72.5 110 173.2 47 74.1 111 174.8 48 75.7 112 176.4 49 77.2 113 178.0 50 78.8 114 179.5 51 80.4 115 181.1 52 81.9 116 182.7 53 83.5 117 184.3 54 85.1 118 185.8 55 86.7 119 187.4 56 88.2 120 189.0 57 89.8 121 190.6 58 91.4 122 192.1 59 93.0 123 193.7 60 94.5 124 195.3 61 96.1 125 196.9 62 97.7 126 198.4 63 99.3 127 200.0

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Effect Data Assign Table

table#6 Room Size

table#7 Delay Time(400.0ms)

table#8 Reverb Width;Depth;Height

Data Value 0 0.1 1 0.3 2 0.4 3 0.6 4 0.7 5 0.9 6 1.0 7 1.2 8 1.4 9 1.5

10 1.7 11 1.8 12 2.0 13 2.1 14 2.3 15 2.5 16 2.6 17 2.8 18 2.9 19 3.1 20 3.2 21 3.4 22 3.5 23 3.7 24 3.9 25 4.0 26 4.2 27 4.3 28 4.5 29 4.6 30 4.8 31 5.0 32 5.1 33 5.3 34 5.4 35 5.6 36 5.7 37 5.9 38 6.1 39 6.2 40 6.4 41 6.5 42 6.7 43 6.8 44 7.0

Data Value Data Value 0 0.1 64 201.6 1 3.2 65 204.8 2 6.4 66 207.9 3 9.5 67 211.1 4 12.7 68 214.2 5 15.8 69 217.4 6 19.0 70 220.5 7 22.1 71 223.7 8 25.3 72 226.8 9 28.4 73 230.0

10 31.6 74 233.1 11 34.7 75 236.3 12 37.9 76 239.4 13 41.0 77 242.6 14 44.2 78 245.7 15 47.3 79 248.9 16 50.5 80 252.0 17 53.6 81 255.2 18 56.8 82 258.3 19 59.9 83 261.5 20 63.1 84 264.6 21 66.2 85 267.7 22 69.4 86 270.9 23 72.5 87 274.0 24 75.7 88 277.2 25 78.8 89 280.3 26 82.0 90 283.5 27 85.1 91 286.6 28 88.3 92 289.8 29 91.4 93 292.9 30 94.6 94 296.1 31 97.7 95 299.2 32 100.9 96 302.4 33 104.0 97 305.5 34 107.2 98 308.7 35 110.3 99 311.8 36 113.5 100 315.0 37 116.6 101 318.1 38 119.8 102 321.3 39 122.9 103 324.4 40 126.1 104 327.6 41 129.2 105 330.7 42 132.4 106 333.9 43 135.5 107 337.0 44 138.6 108 340.2 45 141.8 109 343.3 46 144.9 110 346.5 47 148.1 111 349.6 48 151.2 112 352.8 49 154.4 113 355.9 50 157.5 114 359.1 51 160.7 115 362.2 52 163.8 116 365.4 53 167.0 117 368.5 54 170.1 118 371.7 55 173.3 119 374.8 56 176.4 120 378.0 57 179.6 121 381.1 58 182.7 122 384.3 59 185.9 123 387.4 60 189.0 124 390.6 61 192.2 125 393.7 62 195.3 126 396.9 63 198.5 127 400.0

Data Value Data Value 0 0.5 64 17.6 1 0.8 65 17.9 2 1.0 66 18.2 3 1.3 67 18.5 4 1.5 68 18.8 5 1.8 69 19.1 6 2.0 70 19.4 7 2.3 71 19.7 8 2.6 72 20.0 9 2.8 73 20.2

10 3.1 74 20.5 11 3.3 75 20.8 12 3.6 76 21.1 13 3.9 77 21.4 14 4.1 78 21.7 15 4.4 79 22.0 16 4.6 80 22.4 17 4.9 81 22.7 18 5.2 82 23.0 19 5.4 83 23.3 20 5.7 84 23.6 21 5.9 85 23.9 22 6.2 86 24.2 23 6.5 87 24.5 24 6.7 88 24.9 25 7.0 89 25.2 26 7.2 90 25.5 27 7.5 91 25.8 28 7.8 92 26.1 29 8.0 93 26.5 30 8.3 94 26.8 31 8.6 95 27.1 32 8.8 96 27.5 33 9.1 97 27.8 34 9.4 98 28.1 35 9.6 99 28.5 36 9.9 100 28.8 37 10.2 101 29.2 38 10.4 102 29.5 39 10.7 103 29.9 40 11.0 104 30.2 41 11.2 42 11.5 43 11.8 44 12.1 45 12.3 46 12.6 47 12.9 48 13.1 49 13.4 50 13.7 51 14.0 52 14.2 53 14.5 54 14.8 55 15.1 56 15.4 57 15.6 58 15.9 59 16.2 60 16.5 61 16.8 62 17.1 63 17.3

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MIDI Data Format MIDI Data Format lists data and values in decimal, binary, and hexadecimal. Hexadecimal values have H (hexadecimal) at the beginning of the data line or at the end of the values.

Refer to the following table when you enter data values.

Notes Besides the table listed above, for example, values 144 - 159 (decimal)/9nH/1001

0000 - 1001 1111 (binary) indicate Note On message for each channel (1-16). Values 175 - 191/BnH/1011 0000 - 1011 1111 indicate Control Change message for each channel (1-16). Values 192 - 207/CnH/1100 0000 - 1100 1111 indicate Program Change message for each channel (1-16). Values 240/F0H/1111 0000 indicate the beginning of System Exclusive message. Values 247/F7H/1111 0111 indicate the end of System Exclusive message.

aaH (hexadecimal)/0aaaaaaa (binary) indicate data addresses that contain High, Mid, and Low.

bbH/0bbbbbbb indicate byte count. ccH/0ccccccc indicate checksum

Panel sound source (1) Transmission IDI<----+---KEY ON/OFF 9nH OUT | |

| +---CONTROL CHANGE BnH | | BANK SELECT MSB BnH,00H | | BANK SELECT LSB BnH,20H | | VOLUME BnH,07H | | PANPOT BnH,0AH | | EXPRESSION BnH,0BH | | SUSTAIN BnH,40H | | SOSTENUTE BnH,42H | | SOFT PEDAL BnH,43H | | REVERB SEND LEVEL BnH,5BH | | CHORUS SEND LEVEL BnH,5DH | | VARIATION SEND LEVEL BnH,5EH | | ALL SOUND OFF BnH,78H | | RESET ALL CONTROLLERS BnH,79H | | ALL NOTE OFF BnH,7BH | | | |---PROGRAM CHANGE CnH | +---PITCH BEND CHANGE EnH +---+---SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE | | | | | |------- UNIVERSAL REALTIME F0H 7FH.....F7H | |------- UNIVERSAL NON-REALTIMEF0H 7EH.....F7H | | | |------- XG PARAMETER CHANGE F0H 43H 1nH 4CH aaH aaH aaH

ddH.....ddH F7H | |------- XG BULK DUMP F0H 43H 0nH 4CH bbH bbH

aaH aaH aaH ddH.....ddH ccH F7H | | | | | +-------SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGE

MIDI CLOCK F8H START FAH STOP FCH ACTIVE SENSING FEH

decimal hexadecimal binary decimal hexadecimal binary 0 00 0000 0000 64 40 0100 0000 1 01 0000 0001 65 41 0100 0001 2 02 0000 0010 66 42 0100 0010 3 03 0000 0011 67 43 0100 0011 4 04 0000 0100 68 44 0100 0100 5 05 0000 0101 69 45 0100 0101 6 06 0000 0110 70 46 0100 0110 7 07 0000 0111 71 47 0100 0111 8 08 0000 1000 72 48 0100 1000 9 09 0000 1001 73 49 0100 1001

10 0A 0000 1010 74 4A 0100 1010 11 0B 0000 1011 75 4B 0100 1011 12 0C 0000 1100 76 4C 0100 1100 13 0D 0000 1101 77 4D 0100 1101 14 0E 0000 1110 78 4E 0100 1110 15 0F 0000 1111 79 4F 0100 1111 16 10 0001 0000 80 50 0101 0000 17 11 0001 0001 81 51 0101 0001 18 12 0001 0010 82 52 0101 0010 19 13 0001 0011 83 53 0101 0011 20 14 0001 0100 84 54 0101 0100 21 15 0001 0101 85 55 0101 0101 22 16 0001 0110 86 56 0101 0110 23 17 0001 0111 87 57 0101 0111 24 18 0001 1000 88 58 0101 1000 25 19 0001 1001 89 59 0101 1001 26 1A 0001 1010 90 5A 0101 1010 27 1B 0001 1011 91 5B 0101 1011 28 1C 0001 1100 92 5C 0101 1100 29 1D 0001 1101 93 5D 0101 1101 30 1E 0001 1110 94 5E 0101 1110 31 1F 0001 1111 95 5F 0101 1111 32 20 0010 0000 96 60 0110 0000 33 21 0010 0001 97 61 0110 0001 34 22 0010 0010 98 62 0110 0010 35 23 0010 0011 99 63 0110 0011 36 24 0010 0100 100 64 0110 0100 37 25 0010 0101 101 65 0110 0101 38 26 0010 0110 102 66 0110 0110 39 27 0010 0111 103 67 0110 0111 40 28 0010 1000 104 68 0110 1000 41 29 0010 1001 105 69 0110 1001 42 2A 0010 1010 106 6A 0110 1010 43 2B 0010 1011 107 6B 0110 1011 44 2C 0010 1100 108 6C 0110 1100 45 2D 0010 1101 109 6D 0110 1101 46 2E 0010 1110 110 6E 0110 1110 47 2F 0010 1111 111 6F 0110 1111 48 30 0011 0000 112 70 0111 0000 49 31 0011 0001 113 71 0111 0001 50 32 0011 0010 114 72 0111 0010 51 33 0011 0011 115 73 0111 0011 52 34 0011 0100 116 74 0111 0100 53 35 0011 0101 117 75 0111 0101 54 36 0011 0110 118 76 0111 0110 55 37 0011 0111 119 77 0111 0111 56 38 0011 1000 120 78 0111 1000 57 39 0011 1001 121 79 0111 1001 58 3A 0011 1010 122 7A 0111 1010 59 3B 0011 1011 123 7B 0111 1011 60 3C 0011 1100 124 7C 0111 1100 61 3D 0011 1101 125 7D 0111 1101 62 3E 0011 1110 126 7E 0111 1110 63 3F 0011 1111 127 7F 0111 1111

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MIDI Data Format

(2) Reception MIDI>----+---KEY OFF 8nH IN | |

| +---KEY ON/OFF 9nH | | | +---CONTROL CHANGE | | BANK SELECT MSB BnH,00H | | BANK SELECT LSB BnH,20H | | DATA ENTRY MSB BnH,06H | | DATA ENTRY LSB BnH,26H | | MAIN VOLUME BnH,07H | | PANPOT BnH,0AH | | EXPRESSION BnH,0BH | | SUSTAIN BnH,40H | | SOSTENUTO BnH,42H | | SOFT PEDAL BnH,43H | | REVERB SEND LEVEL BnH,5BH | | CHORUS SEND LEVEL BnH,5DH | | VARIATION SEND LEVEL BnH,5EH | | DATA INCREMENT BnH,60H | | DATA DECREMENT BnH,61H | | RPN LSB BnH,64H | | RPN MSB BnH,65H | | PITCH BEND SENS. BnH,65H,00H,64H,00H,06H,mmH | | FINE TUNING BnH,65H,00H,64H,01H,06H,mmH,

26H,llH | | COARSE TUNING BnH,65H,00H,64H,02H,06H,mmH | | NULL BnH,65H,7FH,64H,7FH | | ALL SOUND OFF BnH,78H,00H | | RESET ALL CONTROLLERS BnH,79H,00H | | LOCAL CONTROL BnH,7AH,00H | | ALL NOTES OFF BnH,7BH,00H | | OMNI OFF BnH,7CH,00H | | OMNI ON BnH,7DH,00H | | MONO BnH,7EH | | POLY BnH,7FH | | | +---PROGRAM CHANGE CnH | | | +---PITCH BEND CHANGE EnH | +---+---SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE | | | | | |------- UNIVERSAL REALTIME F0H 7FH.....F7H | |------- UNIVERSAL NON-REALTIME F0H 7EH.....F7H | | | |------- XG PARAMETER CHANGE F0H 43H 1nH 4CH aaH aaH aaH

ddH.....ddH F7H | |------- XG BULK DUMP F0H 43H 0nH 4CH bbH bbH aaH aaH

aaH ddH.....ddH ccH F7H | |------- PARAMETER REQUEST F0H 43H 3nH 4CH aaH aaH aaH F7H | |------- DUMP REQUEST F0H 43H 2nH 4CH aaH aaH aaH F7H | | | | | | | +---+---SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGE

| MIDI CLOCK F8H | START FAH | STOP FCH | ACTIVE SENSING FEH

(3) Transmission/reception (3-1) CHANNEL VOICE MESSAGES

(3-1-1) KEY OFF STATUS 1000nnnn (8nH) n = 0 - 15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER NOTE NUMBER 0kkkkkkk k = 0 (C-2) - 127 (G8)

v is ignored.

(3-1-2) KEY ON/OFF

STATUS 1001nnnn (9nH) n = 0 - 15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER NOTE NUMBER 0kkkkkkk k = 0 (C-2) - 127 (G8) VELOCITY 0vvvvvvv (v

0) NOTE ON 00000000 (v=0) NOTE OFF

(3-1-3) PROGRAM CHANGE

STATUS 1100nnnn (CnH) n = 0 - 15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER PROGRAM NUMBER0ppppppp p = 0 - 127

(3-1-4) PITCH BEND CHANGE (Only reception)

STATUS 1110nnnn (EnH) n = 0 - 15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER LSB 0vvvvvvv PITCH BEND CHANGE LSB MSB 0vvvvvvv PITCH BEND CHANGE MSB

(3-1-5) CONTROL CHANGE

STATUS 1011nnnn (BnH) n = 0 - 15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER CONTROL NUMBER 0ccccccc CONTROL VALUE 0vvvvvvv

Transmitted control numbers c = 0 BANK SELECT MSB ; v = 0:PANEL VOICE c = 32 BANK SELECT LSB ; v = 0 - 127 c = 11 EXPRESSION ; v = 0 - 127 c = 64 SUSTAIN ; v = 0 - 127 c = 66 SOSTENUTO ; v = 0:OFF , 127:ON c = 67 SOFT PEDAL ; v = 0:OFF , 127:ON c = 91 REVERB SEND LEVEL ; v = 0 - 127 c = 93 CHORUS SEND LEVEL ; v = 0 - 127 c = 94 VARIATION SEND LEVEL ; v = 0 - 127

Voice name Bank MSB Bank LSB PROGRAM CHANGE

GrandPiano1 0 112 0 GrandPiano2 0 112 1 E.Piano1 0 112 5 E.Piano2 0 112 4 SynthPiano 0 112 88 WoodBass 0 112 32 ElectricBass 0 112 33 Bass&Cymbal 0 114 32 Harpsichord 8' 0 112 6 Harpsichord 8'+4' 0 113 6 ElectricClavichord 0 112 7 Vibraphone 0 112 11 Marimba 0 112 12 Celesta 0 112 8 PipeOrganPrincipal 0 113 19 PipeOrganFlute1 0 114 19 PipeOrganFlute2 0 115 19 PipeOrganTutti 0 112 19 JazzOrgan 0 112 16 Strings 0 113 48 SynthStrings 0 112 48 SlowStrings 0 113 49 Choir 0 112 52 SlowChoir 0 113 52 Scat 0 112 53

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MIDI Data Format

* Receiving control numbers c = 0 BANK SELECT MSB ; v = 0:PANEL VOICE c = 32 BANK SELECT LSB ; v = 0 - 127 c = 6 DATA ENTRY MSB ; v = 0 - 127*1 c = 38 DATA ENTRY LSB ; v = 0 - 127*1 c = 7 MAIN VOLUME ; v = 0 - 127 c = 10 PANPOT ; v = 0 - 127 c = 11 EXPRESSION ; v = 0 - 127 c = 64 SUSTAIN ; v = 0 - 127 c = 66 SOSTENUTO ; v = 0-63:OFF , 64-127:ON c = 67 SOFT PEDAL ; v = 0-63:OFF , 64-127:ON c = 91 REVERB SEND LEVEL ; v = 0 - 127 c = 93 CHORUS SEND LEVEL ; v = 0 - 127 c = 94 VARIATION SEND LEVEL ; v = 0 - 127 c = 96 DATA INCREMENT ; v = 127*1 c = 97 DATA DECREMENT ; v = 127*1

*1: Used only for setting the parameters with the specied RPN.

Processing the Bank Select message is deferred until the Program Change is received. To change the voices (including the voice banks), transmit Bank Select MSB, LSB, then Pro- gram Change in this order as a set.

(3-2) CHANNEL MODE MESSAGES ( )

CONTROL NUMBER 0ccccccc c = CONTROL NUMBER CONTROL VALUE 0vvvvvvv v = DATA VALUE

(3-2-1) ALL SOUND OFF (Only reception) (CONTROL NUMBER = 78H , DATA VALUE = 0)

All voicing sounds on the corresponding channel(s) are muted. Note On and Hold On Channel messages are also erased.

(3-2-2) RESET ALL CONTROLLERS (Only reception) (CONTROL NUMBER = 79H , DATA VALUE = 0)

The following controller values are reset.

PITCH BEND CHANGE 0 (mid point) EXPRESSION 127 (max) SUSTAIN 0 (off) SOSTENUTO 0 (off) SOFT PEDAL 0 (off) RPN The number is not specied. The internal data does not

change.

(3-2-3) ALL NOTES OFF (Only reception) (CONTROL NUMBER = 7BH , DATA VALUE = 0)

All notes (that are on) are turned off. If sustain or sostenuto is on, the corresponding note does not stop voicing until sustain or sostenuto is turned off.

(3-2-4) OMNI OFF (Only reception) (CONTROL NUMBER = 7CH , DATA VALUE = 0)

Same process as when All Notes Off message is received.

(3-2-5) OMNI ON (Only reception) (CONTROL NUMBER = 7DH , DATA VALUE = 0)

Same process as when All Notes Off message is received. It does not set OMNI On.

(3-2-6) MONO (Only reception) (CONTROL NUMBER = 7EH , DATA VALUE = 0)

Same process as when All Sound Off message is received.

(3-2-7) POLY (Only reception) (CONTROL NUMBER = 7FH , DATA VALUE = 0)

Same process as when All Notes Off message is received.

(3-3) REGISTERED PARAMETER NUMBER (RPN) (Only reception)

STATUS 1011nnnn (BnH) n = 0 - 15 VOICE CHANNEL NUMBER RPN LSB 01100100 (64H) RPN LSB NUMBER 0ppppppp p = RPN LSB (

Refer to below

) RPN MSB 01100101 (65H) RPN MSB NUMBER 0qqqqqqq q = RPN MSB (

Refer to below

) DATA ENTRY MSB 00000110 (06H) DATA VALUE 0mmmmmmm m = Data Value DATA ENTRY LSB 00100110 (26H) DATA VALUE 0lllllll l = Data Value

Specify the parameter with RPN MSB/LSB, then set the parameter value with data entry MSB/LSB.

RPN D.ENTRY LSB MSB MSB LSB PARAMETER NAME DATA RANGE 00H 00H mmH --- PITCH BEND SENSITIVITY 00H - 18H (0 - 24 semitone) 01H 00H mmH llH FINE TUNE

{mmH,llH} =

{00H,00H}-{40H,00H}- {7FH,7FH} (8192*100/8192) - 0 - (+8192*100/8192)

02H 00H mmH --- COARSE TUNE 28H - 40H - 58H (-24 - 0 - +24 semitone) 7FH 7FH --- --- NULL The RPN number is not specied.

It does not affect the internal settings.

(3-4) SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGES (Only transmission) (3-4-1) MIDI CLOCK

STATUS 11111000 (F8H)

Transmission: Transmitted in a 1/24 beat timing.

(3-4-2) START

STATUS 11111010 (FAH)

Transmission: The message is output when song playback on the instrument starts. Reception: Song playback or song recording starts, depending on the state of the instru- ment.

(3-4-3) STOP

STATUS 11111100 (FCH)

Transmission: The message is output when song playback on the instrument stops. Reception: Song playback or song recording stops, depending on the state of the instru- ment.

(3-4-4) ACTIVE SENSING

STATUS 11111110 (FEH)

This message is transmitted about every 200 msec.

When the instrument receives this code, it starts sensing. If it does not receive any status information or other data, the instrument clears the MIDI reception buffer and forces off all voicing notes and sustain. All Control values are reset to their default settings.

(3-5) SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE (3-5-1) UNIVERSAL SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE

(3-5-1-1) UNIVERSAL REALTIME MESSAGE (3-5-1-1-1) MIDI MASTER VOLUME (Only reception)

binary hexadecimal

11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01111111

7F Universal Realtime

01111111

7F ID of target Device 00000100

04 Sub-ID #1=Device Control Message 00000001

01 Sub-ID #2=Master Volume 0sssssss

SS Volume LSB 0ttttttt

TT Volume MSB 11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

or 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01111110

7F Universal Realtime 0xxxnnnn

XN When N is received N=0-F, whichever is received. When N is transmitted N always=0. X = dont care

00000100

04 Sub-ID #1=Device Control Message 00000001

01 Sub-ID #2=Master Volume 0sssssss

SS Volume LSB

0ttttttt

TT Volume MSB

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

All channel volume level is changed simultaneously. Value TT is used as the master volume level. (Value SS is ignored.)

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MIDI Data Format

(3-5-1-2)UNIVERSAL NON REALTIME MESSAGE (3-5-1-2-1) GENERAL MIDI SYSTEM ON

binary hexadecimal

11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01111110

7E Universal Non-Realtime 01111111

7F ID of target Device 00001001

09 Sub-ID #1=General MIDI Message 00000001

01 Sub-ID #2=General MIDI On 11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

or

11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01111110

7E Universal Non-Realtime 0xxxnnnn

XN When N is received N=0-F, whichever is received. When N is transmitted N always=0. X = dont care

00001001

09 Sub-ID #1=General MIDI Message 00000001

01 Sub-ID #2=General MIDI On 11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

Upon receiving an On message, System Mode is changed to XG. All Control data val- ues except for the master tuning setting are reset to the default values. Executing this message takes about 50ms. There should be a sufcient interval between this and the next message.

(3-5-2) XG STANDARD (3-5-2-1)XG PARAMETER CHANGE

(3-5-2-1-1)XG SYSTEM ON

binary hexadecimal

11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 0001nnnn

1N Device Number 01001100

4C Model ID 00000000

00 Address High 00000000

00 Address Mid 01111110

7E Address Low

00000000

00 Data

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

Upon receiving an On message, System Mode is changed to XG. All Controllers are reset, and all MultiPart data is shown in the table, and all All System data with (XG) mark is reset to the default values. Executing this message takes about 50ms. There should be a sufcient interval between this and the next message.

(3-5-2-1-2) XG PARMETER CHANGE

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 0001nnnn

1N Device Number 01001100

4C Model ID

0aaaaaaa AA Address High 0aaaaaaa AA Address Mid 0aaaaaaa AA Address Low 0ddddddd DD Data | | 11110111 F7 End of Exclusive

If the data size of the parameter is 2 or 4, the amount of data that corresponds to the size is transmitted. Refer to the table on page 128 for more information on the address and parameters.

The following two types of data are transmitted and received. (The data is transmitted only when Parameter Change Request is received.)

XG System Data Multi Part Data

(3-5-3) SPECIAL OPERATORS (3-5-3-1) SPLIT POINT

binary hexadecimal 11110000 F0 Exclusive status 01000011 43 YAMAHA ID 01110011 73 Clavinova ID 00000001 Common 00010001

11 Sub ID

00000000

00 00010100

14 Split Point 0ddddddd

DD Split Key No. 11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

(3-5-3-2) VOLUME,EXPRESSION AND PAN REALTIME CONTROL OFF

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 Clavinova ID 00000001 Common 00010001

11 Sub ID

0000nnnn

0N N = MIDI Channel 01001001

45 Volume and Expression Realtime Control Off 0vvvvvvv

VV Value VV: On=7FH, off=OOH 11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

After this Exclusive On message is received, any change to Volume and Expression becomes effective only at the time of key on. When Exclusive Off message is received, the settings return to normal.

(3-5-3-3) Panel Reverb Type

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 Clavinova ID 01101000

68 CLP-990 00110001

31 Sub ID

00000000 dont care 00000000

00 Panel Reverb Type

0ddddddd

DD DD: 0 (Room), 1(Hall1), 2(Hall2), 3(Stage), 4(Plate)

11110111

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(3-5-3-4) Panel Chorus Type

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 Clavinova ID 01101000

68 CLP-990

00110001

31 Sub ID 00000000 dont care 00000001

01 Panel Chorus Type

0ddddddd

DD DD: 0(Chorus), 1(Celeste), 2(Flanger)

11110111

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(3-5-3-5) Panel Variation Type

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 Clavinova ID 01101000

68 CLP-990

00110001

31 Sub ID 00000000 dont care 00000010

02 Panel Variation Type

0ddddddd

DD DD: 0(DelayLCR), 1(DelayLR), 2(Echo), 3(CrossDelay), 4(Symphonic), 5(RotarySpeaker) 6(Tremolo), 7(VibeRotor), 8(AutoPan), 9(Phaser), 10(AutoWah), 11(SoundBoardRev), 12(Off)

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

(3-5-3-6) Vibe Rotor Control

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 Clavinova ID 01101000

68 CLP-990

00110001

31 Sub ID 00000000

00 donft care

00001000

08 Vibe Rotor Control

0ddddddd

DD DD: On=7FH, Off=00H

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

(3-5-3-7) Velocity Sense Depth

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01000011

43 YAMAHA ID

01110011

73 Clavinova ID

01101000

68 CLP-990

00110001

31 Sub ID

00000000

00 dont care 00001001

09 Velocity Sense Depth 0ddddddd

DD DD: 00H - 7FH 11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

(3-5-3-8) Velocity Sense Offset

binary hexadecimal

11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01000011

43 YAMAHA ID

01110011

73 Clavinova ID 01101000

68 CLP-990 00110001

31 Sub ID 00000000 dont care 00001010

0A Velocity Sense Offset

0ddddddd

DD DD: 00H - 7FH

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

(3-5-3-9) Rotary Speed Control

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 Clavinova ID 01101000

68 CLP-990

00110001

31 Sub ID 00000000 dont care 00001110

0E Rotary Speed Control

0ddddddd

DD DD: On=7FH, Off=00H

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

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(3-5-3-10) Key-off sound start

binary hexadecimal

11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 CLP-990 00000001

01 Common 00110001

31 Sub ID 0000nnnn

0N N=MIDI Channel 00010000

10 Key-off sound enable

0kkkkkkk

KK Key Note Number

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

(3-5-3-11) Key-off sound mute

binary hexadecimal 11110000

F0 Exclusive status 01000011

43 YAMAHA ID 01110011

73 CLP-990 00000001

01 Common

00110001

31 Sub ID

0000nnnn

0N N=MIDI Channel

00001111

0F Key-off sound mute

0kkkkkkk

KK Key Note Number

11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

(3-5-4) Others (3-5-4-1) MIDI MASTER TUNING (Only reception)

binary hexadecimal

11110000

F0 Exclusive status

01000011

43 YAMAHA ID

0001nnnn

1N When N is received N=0-F, whichever is received. When N is transmitted N always=0.

00100111

27 Model ID

00110000

30 Sub ID 00000000

00 00000000

00 0mmmmmmm

MM Master Tune MSB 0lllllll LL Master Tune LSB 0ccccccc 11110111

F7 End of Exclusive

Tuning of all channels is changed simultaneously. Values MM and LL are used as the MIDI master tuning value. (Values N and CC are ignored.)

T=M-128

T: Actual tuning value (99 cents - +99 cents) M: 0-3 bits of value MM are regarded as MSB, and 0-3 bits of value LL are regarded as LSB.: Byte value (28 - 228)

This setting cannot be reset by GM System On or XG System On.

< Table 1-1 > Parameter Basic Address

Parameter Change Address (H) (M) (L) Description

SYSTEM 00 00 00 System 00 00 7E XG System On 00 00 7F All Parameter Reset

MULTI PART08 00 00 Multi Part 1 :

08 0F 00 Multi Part 16

08 10 00 Reserved : : : :

< Table 1-2 > MIDI Parameter Change table (SYSTEM )

Address Size Data Parameter Name Description Default (H) (H) (H) Value(H) 00 00 00 4 0000 Master Tune -102.4..+102.3[cent] 00 04 00 00

01 ..07FF 1st bit3-0 -> bit15-12 (0400) 02 2nd bit3-0 -> bit11-8 (Not reset by XG/GM On.) 03 3rd bit3-0 -> bit7-4

4th bit3-0 -> bit3-0 04 1 00..7F Master Volume 0..127 7F 05 1 Not Used 06 1 28..58 Transpose -24..+24[semitones] 40 7D n 7E 00 XG System On 00=XG Sytem on 7F 00 All Parameter Reset 00=on (receive only)

TOTAL SIZE 6

< Table 1-3 > MIDI Parameter Change table (MULTI PART)

Address Size Data Prameter Name Description Default (H) (H) (H) Value (H) 08 nn 01 1 00..7F Bank Select MSB 0..127 7F (Part10), 00 (Others)

nn 02 1 00..7F Bank Select LSB 0..127 00 nn 03 1 00..7F Program Number 1..128 00

1..3:drum thru,drum1..2 01 (Part10) nn 08 1 28..58 Note Shift -24..+24[semitones] 40 nn 09 2 00..FF Detune -12.8..+12.7[Hz] 08 00 nn 0A 1st bit3..0 -> bit7..4 (80)

2nd bit3..0 -> bit3..0 nn 0B 1 00..7F Volume 0..127 64 nn 0C 1 00..7F Velocity Sense Depth 0..127 40 nn 0D 1 00..7F Velocity Sense Offset 0..127 40 nn 0E 1 00..7F Pan L64..C..R63 (0..64..127)

nn 11 1 00..7F Dry Level 0..127 7F nn 12 1 00..7F Chorus Send 0..127 00 nn 13 1 00..7F Reverb Send 0..127 28 nn 14 1 00..7F Variation Send 0..127 00

nn 23 1 28..58 Bend Pitch Control -24..+24[semitones] 42

nn 35 1 00..01 Rev Note Message 0:OFF 1:ON 01

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XG sound source

1. Channel messages 1.1 Note on/note off

These messages convey keyboard performance data.

Range of note numbers received = 0 (C-2)...60 (C3)...127 (G8) Velocity range = 1...127 (Velocity is received only for note-on)

When the Multi Part parameter "Rcv NOTE MESSAGE" = OFF, that part will not receive these messages. For a drum part*, key-off is not received if the DrumSetup parameter Rcv NOTE OFF = OFF. For a drum part, key-on is not received if the DrumSetup parameter Rcv NOTE ON = OFF.

* Drum Part indicates that the Multi Part parameter PART MODE is set to DRUM, DRUMS1, DRUMS2.

1.2 Control changes

These messages control volume or pan etc. Their functions are differentiated by the control number (Ctrl#). If the Multi Part parameter Rcv CONTROL CHANGE = OFF, that part will not receive control changes.

1.2.1 Bank Select

This message selects the voice bank.

Control# Parameter Data Range 0 Bank Select MSB 0, 64, 126, 127 (Normal voice, SFX voice, SFX kit,

Drum kit) 32 Bank Select LSB 0...127

The Bank Select data will be processed only after a Program Change is received, and then voice bank will change at that time. If you wish to change the voice bank as well as the voice, you must transmit Bank Select and Program Change messages as a set, in the order of Bank Select MSB, LSB, and Pro- gram Change.

1.2.2 Modulation

This message is used primarily to control the depth of vibrato, but the depth of the follow- ing 7 types of effect can be controlled. The effect of this message can be changed by the following parameters.

Multi Part Parameter 1. MW PITCH CONTROL 2. MW FILTER CONTROL 3. MW AMPLITUDE CONTROL 4. MW LFO PMOD DEPTH 5. MW LFO FMOD DEPTH 6. MW LFO AMOD DEPTH

Effect1 Parameter 7. MW VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH

(Valid when Variation Effect is assigned to a part as Insertion)

By default, an LFO Pitch Modulation (PMOD) effect will apply.

Control# Parameter Data Range 1 Modulation 0...127

If the Multi Part parameter Rcv MODULATION = OFF, that part will not receive Modula- tion.

1.2.3 Portamento Time

This message controls the degree of Portamento (refer to 1.2.9).

Control# Parameter Data Range 5 Portamento Time 0...127

When Portamento (control number 065) is ON, this regulates the speed of the pitch change. A value of 0 is the shortest portamento time, and 127 is the longest portamento time. If the receive channel is a drum part, Portamento Time is not received.

1.2.4 Data Entry

This message sets the value of the parameter which was specied by RPN MSB/LSB (see 1.2.22) and NRPN MSB/LSB (see 1.2.21).

Control# Parameter Data Range 6 Data Entry MSB 0...127 38 Data Entry LSB 0...127

1.2.5 Main Volume

This message controls the volume of each part. This is used to adjust the volume balance between parts.

Control# Parameter Data Range 7 Main Volume 0...127

When the Multi Part parameter Rcv VOLUME = OFF, that part will not receive Main Vol- ume. With a value of 0 there will be no sound, and a value of 127 will be the maximum volume.

1.2.6 Panpot

This message control the panning (stereo location) of each part.

Control# Parameter Data Range 10 Pan 0...64...127

When the Multi Part parameter Rcv PAN = OFF, that part will not receive Panpot. 0 is left, 64 is center, and 127 is right.

1.2.7 Expression

This message controls expression (dynamics within a musical line) for each part. It is used to create volume changes during a song.

Control# Parameter Data Range 11 Expression 0...127

If the Multi Part parameter Rcv EXPRESSION = OFF, that part will not receive Expres- sion.

1.2.8 Hold1

This message controls sustain pedal on/off.

Control# Parameter Data Range 64 Hold1 0...63,64...127 (OFF, ON)

When this is ON, currently-sounding notes will continue to sound even if note-off mes- sages are received. If the Multi Part parameter Rcv HOLD1 = OFF, that part will not receive Hold1.

1.2.9 Portamento

This message controls portamento on/off.

Control# Parameter Data Range 65 Portamento 0...63, 64...127 (OFF, ON)

When this is ON, the pitch will change smoothly between notes. The time over which the pitch changes is adjusted by Portamento Time (see 1.2.3). Also, when the Multi Part parameter MONO/POLY MODE = MONO, the tone will also change smoothly (legato) if Portamento = ON. If any of the following Multi Part parameter settings apply, that part will not receive Porta- mento.

Rcv PORTAMENTO = OFF PART MODE = DRUM, DRUMS1, DRUMS2

1.2.10 Sostenuto This message controls sostenuto pedal on/off.

Control# Parameter Data Range 66 Sostenuto 0...63,64...127 (OFF, ON)

If sostenuto is turned on while a note is sounding, that note will be sustained until soste- nuto is turned OFF. If the Multi Part parameter Rcv SOSTENUTO = OFF, that part will not receive Sostenuto.

1.2.11 Soft Pedal

This message controls soft pedal on/off.

Control# Parameter Data Range 67 Soft Pedal 0...63, 64...127 (OFF, ON)

The sound will become mellower when Soft Pedal is ON. If any of the following Multi Part parameter settings apply, that part will not receive the Soft Pedal.

Rcv SOFT PEDAL = OFF PART MODE = DRUM, DRUMS1, DRUMS2

1.2.12 Harmonic Content

This message adjusts the resonance of the lter that is specied for the sound.

Control# Parameter Data Range 71 Harmonic Content 0...64...127 (-64...0...+63)

Since this is a relative change parameter, it species a boost or cut relative to 64. Higher values will produce a more distinctive sound. For some sounds, the effective range may be less than the possible range of settings.

1.2.13 Release Time

This message adjusts the EG release time that was specied by the sound data.

Control# Parameter Data Range 72 Release Time 0...64...127 (-64...0...+63)

Since this is a relative change parameter, it species an increase or decrease relative to 64. Increasing this value will lengthen the release that follows a note-off.

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1.2.14 Attack Time

This message adjusts the EG attack time that was specied by the sound data.

Control# Parameter Data Range 73 Attack Time 0...64...127 (-64...0...+63)

Since this a relative change parameter, it species an increase or decrease relative to 64. Increasing this value will make the attack more gradual, and decreasing this value will make the attack sharper.

1.2.15 Brightness

This message adjusts the cutoff frequency of the low pass lter specied by the sound data.

Control# Parameter Data Range 74 Brightness 0...64...127 (-64...0...+63)

Since this is a relative change parameter, it species an increase or decrease relative to 64. Lower values will produce a more mellow sound. For some sounds, the effective range may be less than the possible range of settings.

1.2.16 Portamento Control

This message species the portamento source key number (the key number at which porta- mento will begin). Data of 0...127 species the portamento source key. When Portamento Control is received, the currently-sounding pitch will change at a Porta- mento Time of 0 to the key of the next-received note-on of the same channel.

Control# Parameter Data Range 84 Portamento Control 0...127 (C-2...G8)

This is received even if Rcv PORTAMENTO = OFF.

1.2.17 Effect1 Depth(Reverb Send Level)

This message species the send level for the reverb effect.

Control# Parameter Data Range 91 Effect1 Depth 0...127

Increasing this value will produce a richer reverb. The effect of the value will depend on the state of the reverb effect.

1.2.18 Effect3 Depth(Chorus Send Level)

This message species the send level for the chorus effect.

Control# Parameter Data Range 93 Effect3 Depth 0...127

Raising this value will increase the modulation or spaciousness. The effect of the value will depend on the state of the chorus effect.

1.2.19 Effect4 Depth (Variation Effect Send Level)

This message species the send level for the variation effect.

Control# Parameter Data Range 94 Effect4 Depth 0...127

However, this is not received if the Variation Effect parameter Variation Connection = 0 (Insertion).

1.2.20 Data Increment/Decrement (for RPN)

This message increases or decreases the parameter value specied for RPN (see 1.2.22), by increments of 1.

Control# Parameter Data Range 96 RPN Increment -- 97 RPN Decrement --

The data byte is ignored.

1.2.21 NRPN (Non-registered parameter number) This message is used to specify a sound parameter (such as vibrato, lter, EG, drum setup etc.) as an offset value. Use NRPN MSB and NRPN LSB to specify the parameter that you wish to modify, and then use Data Entry (see 1.2.4) to set the value for the specied parameter.

Control# Parameter Data Range 98 NRPN LSB 0...127 99 NRPN MSB 0...127

If the Multi Part parameter Rcv NRPN = OFF, that part will not receive NRPN.

The following NRPN messages can be received.

MSB 20-31 (for drums) is received when Multi Part parameter PART MODE = DRUMS1, 2.

*1 Refer to 1.2.4 *2 -- indicates that the setting value is ignored.

1.2.22 RPN (Registered parameter number) This message is used to specify part parameters such as Pitch Bend Sensitivity or Tuning etc. as an offset value. Use RPN MSB and RPN LSB to specify the parameter that you wish to modify, and then use Data Entry (see 1.2.4) to set the value of the specied parameter.

Control# Parameter Data Range 100 RPN LSB 0...127 101 RPN MSB 0...127

If the Multi Part parameter Rcv RPN = OFF, that part will not receive this message.

NRPN MSB LSB

Data Entry *1 MSB LSB

Parameter name and value range

01 08 mm -- *2 Vibrato rate mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

01 09 mm -- Vibrato depth mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

01 10 mm -- Vibrato delay mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

01 32 mm -- Low pass lter cutof f frequency

mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63) 01 33 mm -- Low pass lter resonance

mm : 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63) 01 99 mm -- EG attack time

mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63) 01 100 mm -- EG decay time

mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63) 01 102 mm -- EG release time

mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63) 20 rr mm -- Drum low pass lter cutoff frequency

rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

21 rr mm -- Drum low pass lter resonance rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

22 rr mm -- Drum EG attack rate rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

23 rr mm -- Drum EG decay rate rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63) The effect will apply both to Decay 1 and 2.

24 rr mm -- Drum instrument pitch coarse rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

25 rr mm -- Drum instrument pitch ne rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 64 - 127 (-64...0...+63)

26 rr mm -- Drum instrument level rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 127(0...maximum)

28 rr mm -- Drum instrument panpot rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00, 01-64-127(RND, L63...C...R63)

29 rr mm -- Drum instrument reverb send level rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 127(0...maximum)

30 rr mm -- Drum instrument chorus send level rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 127(0...maximum)

31 rr mm -- Drum instrument variation send level rr: drum instrument note number mm: 00 - 127(0...maximum)

(when Variation Connection = SYSTEM) mm: 00, 01-127 (OFF,ON)

(when Variation Connection = INSER- TION)

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The following RPN messages can be received.

*1 Refer to 1.2.4 *2 '--' indicates that the setting value is ignored.

1.2.23 Assignable controller By assigning a control change number of 0...95 to a part, the specied effect can be con- trolled. This device allows two control change numbers (AC1 and AC2) to be specied for each part. The following parameters specify the effect of AC1 and AC2.

Multi Part Parameter 1. AC1, AC2 PITCH CONTROL 2. AC1, AC2 FILTER CONTROL 3. AC1, AC2 AMPLITUDE CONTROL 4. AC1, AC2 LFO PMOD DEPTH 5. AC1, AC2 LFO FMOD DEPTH 6. AC1, AC2 LFO AMOD DEPTH

Effect1 Parameter 7. AC1, AC2 VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH

(Valid if Variation Effect is assigned to a part as Insertion)

The AC1 control change number is specied by the Multi Part parameter AC1 CONTROL- LER NUMBER, and the AC2 control change number is specied by the Multi Part param- eter AC2 CONTROLLER NUMBER.

1.3 Channel mode messages These messages specify the basic operation of a part.

1.3.1 All Sound Off This message silences all currently-sounding notes on the corresponding channel. However, the settings of channel messages such as Hold 1 and Sostenuto will be main- tained.

Control# Parameter Data Range 120 All Sound Off 0

1.3.2 Reset All Controllers This message resets the following controllers to their default values.

The following data is not changed Parameter values specied by program change, bank select MSB/LSB, volume, pan, effect send levels 1, 3, 4, RPN and NRPN.

Control# Parameter Data Range 121 Reset All Controllers 0

1.3.3 All Note Off This message turns off all notes which are currently on for the corresponding part. However, if Hold 1 or Sostenuto are on, notes will continue to sound until these are turned off.

Control# Parameter Data Range 123 All Note Off 0

1.3.4 Omni Off Perform the same processing as when All Note Off is received.

Control# Parameter Data Range 124 Omni Off 0

1.3.5 Omni On Perform the same processing as when All Note Off is received.

Control# Parameter Data Range 125 Omni On 0

1.3.6 Mono Perform the same processing as when All Sound Off is received, and if the value (mono number) is in the range of 0...16, set the corresponding channel to Mode4* (m = 1).

Control# Parameter Data Range 126 Mono 0...16

* Mode4 is a state in which only channel messages on the specied channel will be received, and notes will be sounded individually (monophonically).

1.3.7 Poly Perform the same processing as when All Sound Off is received, and set the corresponding channel to Mode3*.

Control# Parameter Data Range 127 Poly 0

* Mode3 is when channel messages will be received only on the specied channel, and will be sounded polyphonically.

1.4 Program change This message reports sound selection changes and changes the program number of the receiving channel. In order to include changes to the voice bank, Program Change and Bank Select messages must be sent as a set (see 1.2.1). When RevPROGRAM CHANGE=OFF for Multi Part Parameter, the program change for that part is not received.

1.5 Pitch bend This message conveys movements of the pitch bender. This message is generally used to modify the pitch of a part, but the depth of the following seven effects can be controlled. The effect of this message can be modied by the following parameters.

Multi Part Parameter 1. BEND PITCH CONTROL 2. BEND FILTER CONTROL 3. BEND AMPLITUDE CONTROL 4. BEND LFO PMOD DEPTH 5. BEND LFO FMOD DEPTH 6. BEND LFO AMOD DEPTH

Effect1 Parameter 7. BEND VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH

(Valid when Variation Effect is assigned to a part as Insertion)

By default, the Pitch Control effect is applied. If the Multi Part parameter Rcv PITCH BEND CHANGE = OFF, that part will not receive pitch bend messages.

1.6 Channel aftertouch This message conveys the pressure which is applied to the keyboard after playing a note in order to create tonal changes (for an entire MIDI channel). The pressure can be controlled for each part. This message will affect the currently-sounding notes. The effect of this message will be determined by the settings of the following parameters.

Multi Part Parameter 1. CAT PITCH CONTROL 2. CAT FILTER CONTROL 3. CAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL 4. CAT LFO PMOD DEPTH 5. CAT LFO FMOD DEPTH 6. CAT LFO AMOD DEPTH

Effect1 Parameter 7. CAT VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH

(Valid when the Variation Effect is assigned to a part as Insertion)

By default, there will be no effect. If the Multi Part parameter Rcv CHANNEL AFTER TOUCH = OFF, that part will not receive Channel Aftertouch.

RPN MSB LSB

Data Entry *1 MSB LSB

Parameter name and value range

00 00 mm -- *2 Pitch bend sensitivity mm: 00-24 (0...+24 semitones) Specify up to 2 octaves in semitone steps

00 01 mm ll Fine tuning mmll:0000-100 cents

: : mmll:64000 cents

: : mmll:127127+100 cents

[Note]mm ll: 00127 (=-87.5) cents is followed by 01 00 (=-87.4) cents.

00 02 mm -- Coarse tuning mm: 40 - 64 - 88 (-24...0...+24 semitones)

127 127 -- -- RPN Null This sets RPN and NRPN numbers to an unset

state. Internal data is not affected.

Controller Value Pitch bend change 0 (center) Channel pressure 0 (off) Polyphonic key pressure 0 (off) Modulation 0 (off) Expression 127 (maximum) Hold 0 (off) Portamento 0 (off) Sostenuto 0 (off) Soft pedal 0 (off) Portamento control Reset the portamento source note number that was received RPN Number unset, internal data is not affected. NRPN Number unset, internal data is not affected.

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1.7 Polyphonic aftertouch This message conveys the pressure that is applied to the keyboard after playing a note (for individual note numbers). The pressure can be controlled independently for each note. This message will affect cur- rently-sounding notes. The effect of this message is determined by the following Multi Part parameters.

1. PAT PITCH CONTROL 2. PAT FILTER CONTROL 3. PAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL 4. PAT LFO PMOD DEPTH 5. PAT LFO FMOD DEPTH 6. PAT LFO AMOD DEPTH

By default, there will be no effect. The effect will apply to note numbers 36...97. In the case of either of the following Multi Part parameter settings, that part will not receive Polyphonic Aftertouch.

Rcv CHANNEL AFTER TOUCH = OFF PART MODE = DRUM, DRUMS1...4

2. System exclusive messages 2.1 Parameter changes

This devices uses the following parameter changes.

[UNIVERSAL REALTIME MESSAGE] 1) Master Volume

[UNIVERSAL NON REALTIME MESSAGE] 1) General MIDI System On

[XG PARAMETER CHANGE] 1) XG System on 2) XG System parameter change 3) Multi Effect1 parameter change 4) Multi Part parameter change 5) Drums Setup parameter change

[MU128 NATIVE PARAMETER CHANGE 2] 1) Current Performance parameter change

[Others] 1) Master tuning

2.1.1 Universal realtime messages 2.1.1.1 Master Volume

11110000 F0H = Exclusive status 01111111 7FH = Universal Real Time 01111111 7FH = ID of target device 00000100 04H = Sub-ID #1 = Device Control Message 00000001 01H = Sub-ID #2 = Master Volume

* 0sssssss SSH = Volume LSB 0ttttttt TTH = Volume MSB 11110111 F7H = End of Exclusive or, 11110000 F0H = Exclusive status 01111111 7FH = Universal Real Time 0xxxnnnn XNH = Device Number, xxx = don't care 00000100 04H = Sub-ID #1 = Device Control Message 00000001 01H = Sub-ID #2 = Master Volume 0sssssss SSH = Volume LSB 0ttttttt TTH = Volume MSB 11110111 F7H = End of Exclusive

When this is received, the Volume MSB will be reected by the System parameter MASTER VOLUME.

* The binary expression 0sssssss is expressed in hexadecimal as SSH. The same applies elsewhere.

2.1.2 Universal non-realtime messages 2.1.2.1 General MIDI System On

11110000 F0H = Exclusive status 01111110 7EH = Universal Non-Real Time 01111111 7FH = ID of target device 00001001 09H = Sub-ID #1 = General MIDI Message 00000001 01H = Sub-ID #2 = General MIDI On 11110111 F7H = End of Exclusive or, 11110000 F0H = Exclusive status 01111110 7EH = Universal Non-Real Time 0xxxnnnn XNH = N:Device Number, X:don't care 00001001 09H = Sub-ID #1 = General MIDI Message 00000001 01H = Sub-ID #2 = General MIDI On 11110111 F7H = End of Exclusive

When this message is received, the SOUND MODULE MODE is set to XG, and all MIDI messages dened by GM will be received. All data except for MIDI Master Tuning will be restored to the default value. However this message will not be received in any of the following cases. Since approximately 50[ms] is required in order to process this message, be sure to allow an appropriate interval before sending the next message.

2.1.3 XG parameter change This message sets XG-related parameters. Each message can set a single parameter. The message format is as follows.

11110000 F0H Exclusive status 01000011 43H YAMAHA ID 0001nnnn 1NH N:device Number 01001100 4CH Model ID 0ggggggg GGH Address High 0mmmmmmm MMH Address Mid 0lllllll LLH Address Low 0sssssss SSH Data : : 11110111 F7H End of Exclusive

For parameters whose Data Size is 2 or 4, the appropriate amount of data will be trans- mitted as indicated by Size.

2.1.3.1 XG System On

11110000 F0H Exclusive status 01000011 43H YAMAHA ID 0001nnnn 1NH N:device Number 01001100 4CH Model ID 00000000 00H Address High 00000000 00H Address Mid 01111110 7EH Address Low 00000000 00H Data 11110111 F7H End of Exclusive

When On is received, the SOUND MODULE MODE will be set to XG. Since approximately 50[ms] are required in order to execute this message, please allow an appropriate interval before transmitting the next message.

2.1.3.2 XG System parameter change This message sets the XG SYSTEM block (refer to tables <1 -1>, <1 - 2>).

2.1.3.3 Multi Effect1 parameter change This message sets the MULTI EFFECT1 block (refer to tables <1 - 1>, <1 - 3>).

2.1.3.4 Multi Part parameter change This message sets the MULTI PART block (refer to tables <1 - 1>, <1 - 4>).

2.1.3.5 Drums Setup parameter change This message sets the DRUMS SETUP block (refer to tables <1 - 1> , <1 - 5>).

2.1.4 Other parameter changes 2.1.4.1 Master tuning

This message simultaneously modies the tuning of all channels.

11110000 F0H Exclusive status 01000011 43H YAMAHA ID 0001nnnn 1NH N:device Number 00100111 27H Model ID 00110000 30H Address High 00000000 00H Address Mid 00000000 00H Address Low 0000mmmm 0MH Master Tune MSB 0000llll 0LH Master Tune LSB 0xxxxxxx XXH don't care 11110111 F7H End of Exclusive

Normally, the XG SYSTEM message MASTER TUNE should be used (refer to table <1-2>).

2.2 Bulk dump This device uses the following bulk dump messages.

[XG BULK DUMP] 1) XG System bulk dump 2) Multi Effect1 bulk dump 3) Multi Part bulk dump 4) Drums Setup bulk dump

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2.2.1 XG bulk dump This message sets XG-related parameters. Unlike parameter change messages, a single message can modify multiple parameters. The message format is as follows.

11110000 F0H Exclusive status 01000011 43H YAMAHA ID 0000nnnn 0NH N:Device Number 01001100 4CH Model ID 0sssssss SSH ByteCountMSB 0ttttttt TTH ByteCountLSB 0ggggggg GGH Address High 0mmmmmmm MMH Address Mid 0lllllll LLH Address Low 0vvvvvvv VVH Data : : 0kkkkkkk KKH Check-sum 11110111 F7H End of Exclusive

Address and Byte Count are given in tables 1-n. Byte Count is indicated by the total size of the Data in tables 1-n. Bulk dump and dump request messages are received when the beginning of the block is specied as the 'Address'. 'Block' indicates the unit of the data string that is indicated in tables 1-n as 'Total size'. Check sum is the value that produces a lower 7 bits of 0 when the Start Address, Byte Count, Data, and the Check-sum itself are added.

2.2.1.1 XG System bulk dump This message sets the XG SYSTEM block (refer to tables <1 -1>, <1 - 2>).

2.2.1.2 Multi Effect1 bulk dump This message sets the MULTI EFFECT1 block (refer to tables <1 - 1>, <1 - 3>).

2.2.1.3 Multi Part bulk dump This message sets the MULTI PART block (refer to tables <1 - 1>, <1 - 4>).

2.2.1.4 Drums Setup bulk dump This message sets the DRUMS SETUP block (refer to tables <1 - 1>, <1 - 5>).

3. Realtime messages 3.1 Active sensing

a) Transmission not transmitted.

b) Receive Once FE has been received, failure to receive any MIDI message for an interval longer than approximately 300 msec will cause processing to be performed as if ALL SOUND OFF, ALL NOTE OFF, and RESET ALL CONTROLLERS mes- sages were received, and the unit will reset to a condition in which FE was never received.

< Table 1-1 >

< Table 1-2 > MIDI Parameter Change table ( XG SYSTEM )

Address Size Data Parameter Description Default value (H) (H) (H) (H) 00 00 00 4 00 - 0F MASTER TUNE -102.4...0...+102.3[cent] 00 04 00 00

01 00 - 0F 1st bit3-0bit15-12 02 00 - 0F 2nd bit3-0bit11-8 03 00 - 0F 3rd bit3-0bit7-4

4th bit3-0bit3-0 04 1 00 - 7F MASTER VOLUME 0...127 7F 05 1 not used 06 1 28 - 58 TRANSPOSE -24...0...+24[semitones] 40 7D 1 N DRUM SETUP RESET N: Drum setup number(0,1) -- 7E 1 00 XG SYSTEM ON 00=XG system ON (receive only) -- 7F 1 00 ALL PARAMETER RESET 00=ON (receive only) --

TOTAL SIZE 07

Parameter Base Address MODEL ID = 4C

Parameter Description Address (H) (M) (L)

XG SYSTEM 00 00 00 System 00 00 7D Drum setup Reset 00 00 7E XG System On 00 00 7F All Parameter Reset

EFFECT 1 02 01 00 Effect1(Reverb,Chorus,Variation) MULTI PART 08

: 08

00 : 0F

00 : 00

Multi Part 1 : Multi Part 16

DRUM 30 31

0D 0D

00 00

Drum Setup 1 Drum Setup 2

Address Parameter 3n 0D 00 note number 13 3n

3n

0E : 5B

00

00

note number 14 : note number 91

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< Table 1-3 > MIDI Parameter Change table ( EFFECT 1)

Address Size Data Parameter Description Default value (H) (H) (H) (H) 02 01 00 2 00 - 7F REVERB TYPE MSB refer to Effect Program List 01(=HALL1)

00 - 7F REVERB TYPE LSB refer to Effect Program List 0 02 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 1 refer to Effect Program List 12(depends on reverb type) 03 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 2 refer to Effect Program List 0A(depends on reverb type) 04 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 3 refer to Effect Program List 08(depends on reverb type) 05 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 4 refer to Effect Program List 0D(depends on reverb type) 06 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 5 refer to Effect Program List 31(depends on reverb type) 07 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 6 refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on reverb type) 08 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 7 refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on reverb type) 09 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 8 refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on reverb type) 0A 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 9 refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on reverb type) 0B 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 10 refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on reverb type) 0C 1 00 - 7F REVERB RETURN -dB...0dB...+6dB(0...96...127) 40 0D 1 01 - 7F REVERB PAN L63...C...R63 40

TOTAL SIZE 0E

02 01 10 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 11 refer to Effect Parameter List 00(depends on reverb type) 11 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 12 refer to Effect Parameter List 04(depends on reverb type) 12 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 13 refer to Effect Parameter List 32(depends on reverb type) 13 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 14 refer to Effect Parameter List 08(depends on reverb type) 14 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 15 refer to Effect Parameter List 40(depends on reverb type) 15 1 00 - 7F REVERB PARAMETER 16 refer to Effect Parameter List 00(depends on reverb type)

TOTAL SIZE 6

02 01 20 2 00 - 7F CHORUS TYPE MSB refer to Effect Program List 41(=CHORUS1) 00 - 7F CHORUS TYPE LSB refer to Effect Program List 0

22 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 1 refer to Effect Program List 06(depends on chorus type) 23 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 2 refer to Effect Program List 36(depends on chorus type) 24 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 3 refer to Effect Program List 4D(depends on chorus type) 25 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 4 refer to Effect Program List 6A(depends on chorus type) 26 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 5 refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on chorus type) 27 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 6 refer to Effect Program List 1C(depends on chorus type) 28 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 7 refer to Effect Program List 40(depends on chorus type) 29 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 8 refer to Effect Program List 2E(depends on chorus type) 2A 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 9 refer to Effect Program List 40(depends on chorus type) 2B 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 10 refer to Effect Program List 40(depends on chorus type) 2C 1 00 - 7F CHORUS RETURN -dB...0dB...+6dB(0...96...127) 40 2D 1 01 - 7F CHORUS PAN L63...C...R63(1...64...127) 40 2E 1 00 - 7F SEND CHORUS TO REVERB -dB...0dB...+6dB(0...96...127) 0

TOTAL SIZE 0F

02 01 30 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 11 refer to Effect Parameter List 2E(depends on chorus type) 31 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 12 refer to Effect Parameter List 40(depends on chorus type) 32 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 13 refer to Effect Parameter List 0A(depends on chorus type) 33 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 14 refer to Effect Parameter List 00(depends on chorus type) 34 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 15 refer to Effect Parameter List 00(depends on chorus type) 35 1 00 - 7F CHORUS PARAMETER 16 refer to Effect Parameter List 00(depends on chorus type)

TOTAL SIZE 6

02 01 40 2 00 - 7F VARIATION TYPE MSB refer to Effect Program List 05(=DELAY L,C,R) 00 - 7F VARIATION TYPE LSB refer to Effect Program List 0

42 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 1 MSB refer to Effect Program List 1A(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 1 LSB refer to Effect Program List 05(depends on variation type)

44 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 2 MSB refer to Effect Program List 0D(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 2 LSB refer to Effect Program List 03(depends on variation type)

46 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 3 MSB refer to Effect Program List 27(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 3 LSB refer to Effect Program List 08(depends on variation type)

48 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 4 MSB refer to Effect Program List 27(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 4 LSB refer to Effect Program List 08(depends on variation type)

4A 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 5 MSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 5 LSB refer to Effect Program List 4A(depends on variation type)

4C 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 6 MSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 6 LSB refer to Effect Program List 64(depends on variation type)

4E 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 7 MSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 7 LSB refer to Effect Program List 0A(depends on variation type)

50 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 8 MSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 8 LSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type)

52 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 9 MSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 9 LSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type)

54 2 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 10 MSB refer to Effect Program List 00(depends on variation type) 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 10 LSB refer to Effect Program List 20(depends on variation type)

56 1 00 - 7F VARIATION RETURN -dB...0dB...+6dB(0...96...127) 40 57 1 01 - 7F VARIATION PAN L63...C...R63(1...64...127) 40 58 1 00 - 7F SEND VARIATION TO REVERB -dB...0dB...+6dB(0...96...127) 0 59 1 00 - 7F SEND VARIATION TO CHORUS -dB...0dB...+6dB(0...96...127) 0 5A 1 00 - 01 VARIATION CONNECTION INSERTION , SYSTEM 0 5B 1 00 - 7F VARIATION PART NUMBER Part1 7F

OFF(127) 5C 1 00 - 7F MW VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -64...0...+63 40 5D 1 00 - 7F BEND VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -64...0...+63 40 5E 1 00 - 7F CAT VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -64...0...+63 40 5F 1 00 - 7F AC1 VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -64...0...+63 40 60 1 00 - 7F AC2 VARIATION CONTROL DEPTH -64...0...+63 40

TOTAL SIZE 21

02 01 70 1 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 11 refer to Effect Parameter List 00(depends on variation type) 71 1 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 12 refer to Effect Parameter List 3C(depends on variation type) 72 1 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 13 refer to Effect Parameter List 1C(depends on variation type) 73 1 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 14 refer to Effect Parameter List 40(depends on variation type) 74 1 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 15 refer to Effect Parameter List 2E(depends on variation type) 75 1 00 - 7F VARIATION PARAMETER 16 refer to Effect Parameter List 40(depends on variation type)

TOTAL SIZE 6

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< Table 1-4 > MIDI Parameter Change table ( MULTI PART )

Address Size Data Parameter Description Default value (H) (H) (H) (H) 08 nn 00 1 00 - 20 ELEMENT RESERVE 0 part10 = 0

other parts =2 nn 01 1 00 - 7F BANK SELECT MSB 0...127 part10 = 7F

other parts=0 nn 02 1 00 - 7F BANK SELECT LSB 0...127 00 nn 03 1 00 - 7F PROGRAM NUMBER 1...128 00 nn 04 1 00-0F,7F Rcv CHANNEL A1...A16, OFF Part No.

nn 05 1 00 - 01 MONO/POLY MODE MONO , POLY 01 nn 06 1 00 - 02 SAME NOTE NUMBER SINGLE, MULTI, INST(for DRUM) 01

KEY ON ASSIGN nn 07 1 00 - 03 PART MODE NORMAL, DRUM, DRUMS1, 2 Part10=2

other parts=0 nn 08 1 28 - 58 NOTE SHIFT -24...0...+24[semitones] 40 nn 09 2 00 - 0F DETUNE -12.8...0...+12.7[Hz] 08 00 nn 0A 00 - 0F 1st bit3-0bit7-4

2nd bit3-0bit3-0 nn 0B 1 00 - 7F VOLUME 0...127 64 nn 0C 1 00 - 7F VELOCITY SENSE DEPTH 0...127 40 nn 0D 1 00 - 7F VELOCITY SENSE OFFSET 0...127 40 nn 0E 1 00 - 7F PAN RND, L63...C...R63 40 nn 0F 1 00 - 7F NOTE LIMIT LOW C-2...G8 00 nn 10 1 00 - 7F NOTE LIMIT HIGH C-2...G8 7F nn 11 1 00 - 7F DRY LEVEL 0...127 7F nn 12 1 00 - 7F CHORUS SEND 0...127 00 nn 13 1 00 - 7F REVERB SEND 0...127 28 nn 14 1 00 - 7F VARIATION SEND 0...127 00 nn 15 1 00 - 7F VIBRATO RATE -64...0...+63 40 nn 16 1 00 - 7F VIBRATO DEPTH -64...0...+63 40(drum part ignores) nn 17 1 00 - 7F VIBRATO DELAY -64...0...+63 40(drum part ignores) nn 18 1 00 - 7F LOW PASS FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY -64...0...+63 40 nn 19 1 00 - 7F LOW PASS FILTER RESONANCE -64...0...+63 40 nn 1A 1 00 - 7F EG ATTACK TIME -64...0...+63 40 nn 1B 1 00 - 7F EG DECAY TIME -64...0...+63 40 nn 1C 1 00 - 7F EG RELEASE TIME -64...0...+63 40 nn 1D 1 28 - 58 MW PITCH CONTROL -24...0...+24[semitones] 40 nn 1E 1 00 - 7F MW LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -9600...0...+9450[cent] 40 nn 1F 1 00 - 7F MW AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100...0...+100[%] 40 nn 20 1 00 - 7F MW LFO PMOD DEPTH 0...127 0A nn 21 1 00 - 7F MW LFO FMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 22 1 00 - 7F MW LFO AMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 23 1 28 - 58 BEND PITCH CONTROL -24...0...+24[semitones] 42 nn 24 1 00 - 7F BEND LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -9600...0...+9450[cent] 40 nn 25 1 00 - 7F BEND AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100...0...+100[%] 40 nn 26 1 00 - 7F BEND LFO PMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 27 1 00 - 7F BEND LFO FMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 28 1 00 - 7F BEND LFO AMOD DEPTH 0...127 00

TOTAL SIZE 29

nn 30 1 00 - 01 Rcv PITCH BEND OFF, ON 01 nn 31 1 00 - 01 Rcv CH AFTER TOUCH(CAT) OFF, ON 01 nn 32 1 00 - 01 Rcv PROGRAM CHANGE OFF, ON 01 nn 33 1 00 - 01 Rcv CONTROL CHANGE OFF, ON 01 nn 34 1 00 - 01 Rcv POLY AFTER TOUCH(PAT) OFF, ON 01 nn 35 1 00 - 01 Rcv NOTE MESSAGE OFF, ON 01 nn 36 1 00 - 01 Rcv RPN OFF, ON 01 nn 37 1 00 - 01 Rcv NRPN OFF, ON XGmode=01, GMmode=00 nn 38 1 00 - 01 Rcv MODURATION OFF, ON 01 nn 39 1 00 - 01 Rcv VOLUME OFF, ON 01 nn 3A 1 00 - 01 Rcv PAN OFF, ON 01 nn 3B 1 00 - 01 Rcv EXPRESSION OFF, ON 01 nn 3C 1 00 - 01 Rcv HOLD1 OFF, ON 01 nn 3D 1 00 - 01 Rcv PORTAMENTO OFF, ON 01 nn 3E 1 00 - 01 Rcv SOSTENUTO OFF, ON 01 nn 3F 1 00 - 01 Rcv SOFT PEDAL OFF, ON 01 nn 40 1 00 - 01 Rcv BANK SELECT OFF, ON XGmode=01, GMmode=00 nn 41 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING C -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 42 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING C# -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 43 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING D -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 44 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING D# -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 45 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING E -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 46 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING F -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 47 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING F# -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 48 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING G -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 49 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING G# -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 4A 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING A -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 4B 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING A# -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 4C 1 00 - 7F SCALE TUNING B -64...0...+63[cent] 40 nn 4D 1 28 - 58 CAT PITCH CONTROL -24...0...+24[semitones] 40 nn 4E 1 00 - 7F CAT LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -9600...0...+9450[cent] 40 nn 4F 1 00 - 7F CAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100...0...+100[%] 40 nn 50 1 00 - 7F CAT LFO PMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 51 1 00 - 7F CAT LFO FMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 52 1 00 - 7F CAT LFO AMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 53 1 28 - 58 PAT PITCH CONTROL -24...0...+24[semitones] 40 nn 54 1 00 - 7F PAT LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -9600...0...+9450[cent] 40 nn 55 1 00 - 7F PAT AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100...0...+100[%] 40 nn 56 1 00 - 7F PAT LFO PMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 57 1 00 - 7F PAT LFO FMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 58 1 00 - 7F PAT LFO AMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 59 1 00 - 5F AC1 CONTROLLER NUMBER 0...95 10

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Address Size Data Parameter Description Default value (H) (H) (H) (H)

nn 5A 1 28 - 58 AC1 PITCH CONTROL -24...0...+24[semitones] 40 nn 5B 1 00 - 7F AC1 LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -9600...0...+9450[cent] 40 nn 5C 1 00 - 7F AC1 AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100...0...+100[%] 40 nn 5D 1 00 - 7F AC1 LFO PMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 5E 1 00 - 7F AC1 LFO FMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 5F 1 00 - 7F AC1 LFO AMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 60 1 00 - 5F AC2 CONTROLLER NUMBER 0...95 11 nn 61 1 28 - 58 AC2 PITCH CONTROL -24...0...+24[semitones] 40 nn 62 1 00 - 7F AC2 LOW PASS FILTER CONTROL -9600...0...+9450[cent] 40 nn 63 1 00 - 7F AC2 AMPLITUDE CONTROL -100...0...+100[%] 40 nn 64 1 00 - 7F AC2 LFO PMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 65 1 00 - 7F AC2 LFO FMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 66 1 00 - 7F AC2 LFO AMOD DEPTH 0...127 00 nn 67 1 00 - 01 PORTAMENTO SWITCH OFF, ON 00 nn 68 1 00 - 7F PORTAMENTO TIME 0...127 00 nn 69 1 00 - 7F PITCH EG INITIAL LEVEL -64...0...+63 40 nn 6A 1 00 - 7F PITCH EG ATTACK TIME -64...0...+63 40 nn 6B 1 00 - 7F PITCH EG RELEASE LEVEL -64...0...+63 40 nn 6C 1 00 - 7F PITCH EG RELEASE TIME -64...0...+63 40 nn 6D 1 01 - 7F VELOCITY LIMIT LOW 1...127 01 nn 6E 1 01 - 7F VELOCITY LIMIT HIGH 1...127 7F

TOTAL SIZE 3F nn = PART NUMBER

In the case of a DRUM PART, the following parameters will have no effect. BANK SELECT LSB MONO/POLY MODE SCALE TUNING PORTAMENTO PITCH EG

< Table 1-5 > MIDI Parameter Change table ( DRUM SETUP )

Address Size Data Parameter Description Default value (H) (H) (H) (H) 3n rr 00 1 00 - 7F PITCH COARSE -64...0...+63 40

01 1 00 - 7F PITCH FINE -64...0...+63[cent] 40 02 1 00 - 7F LEVEL 0...127 depend on the note 03 1 00 - 7F ALTERNATE GROUP OFF,1...127 depend on the note 04 1 00 - 7F PAN RND,L63...C...R63 depend on the note 05 1 00 - 7F REVERB SEND 0...127 depend on the note 06 1 00 - 7F CHORUS SEND 0...127 depend on the note 07 1 00 - 7F VARIATION SEND 0...127 7F 08 1 00 - 01 KEY ASSIGN SINGLE , MULTI 00 09 1 00 - 01 Rcv NOTE OFF OFF , ON depend on the note 0A 1 00 - 01 Rcv NOTE ON OFF , ON 01 0B 1 00 - 7F LOW PASS FILTER CUTOFF FREQUENCY -64...0...63 40 0C 1 00 - 7F LOW PASS FILTER RESONANCE -64...0...63 40 0D 1 00 - 7F EG ATTACK RATE -64...0...63 40 0E 1 00 - 7F EG DECAY1 RATE -64...0...63 40 0F 1 00 - 7F EG DECAY2 RATE -64...0...63 40

TOTAL SIZE 10

n:Drum Setup Number(0 - 1) rr:note number(0D - 5B)

In the following cases, all Drum Setups will be initialized. XG SYSTEM ON received GM SYSTEM ON received DRUM SETUP RESET received (only setup applies)

[Note] 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.

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MIDI Implementation Chart

YAMAHA [Clavinova] MIDI Implementation Chart Date: 20 April, 2000

Model: CLP-990/990M [Preset sound source] Version: 1.0

Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO O: Yes Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO X: No

Function Transmitted Recognized Remarks

Basic Channel

Default Changed

1 16 1 16 *1

1 16 1 16 *1

Memorized

Mode Default Messages Altered

3 X *****************

1 X X

Poly Mode only

Note Number : True voice

0 127 *****************

0 127 0 127

Velocity Note on Note off

O 9nH, v=1 127 X 8nH, v=1 127

O v=1 127 O

After Touch keys Chs

X X

X O

Pitch Bender X O 0 24 semi

Control Change 0, 32 1 5 7, 10, 11 6, 38 64, 66, 67 65 71 74 84 91, 93, 94 96, 97 98, 99 100, 101 120 121

O X X O O O X X X O X X O X X

O X X O O O X X X O O X O O O

Bank Select Modulation Portamento Time

Data Entry

Portamento Sound Controller Portamento Cntrl Effect Depth RPN Inc, Dec NRPN LSB, MSB RPN LSB, MSB All sounds off Reset All Controllers

Program Change : True #

O *****************

O

System Exclusive O O

System Common

: Song Position : Song Select : Tune

X X X

X X X

System Real Time

: Clock : Commands

O O

X O

Aux Messages

: Local ON/OFF : All Notes Off : Active Sense : Reset

X X O X

X O (123 127) O X

Notes : *1 = You can select the part transmit/receive channels from the panel.

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MIDI Implementation Chart

YAMAHA [Clavinova] MIDI Implementation Chart Date: 20 April, 2000

Model: CLP-990/990M [XG sound source] Version: 1.0

Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO O: Yes Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO X: No

Function Transmitted Recognized Remarks

Basic Channel

Default Changed

X X

1 16 1 16

Mode Default Messages Altered

X X *****************

3 3.4 (m=1) *2 X

Note Number : True voice

X *****************

0 127 0 127

Velocity Note on Note off

X X

O 9nH, v=1 127 X

After Touch keys Chs

X X

O *1 O *1

Pitch Bender X O 0 24 semi *1

Control Change 0, 32 1, 5, 7, 10, 11 6, 38 64 67 71 74 84 91, 93, 94 96, 97 98, 99 100, 101

X X X X X X X X X X

O *1 O *1 O *1 O *1 O *1 O *1 O *1 O *1 O *1 O *1

Bank Select

Data Entry

Sound Controller Portamento Cntrl Effect Depth RPN Inc, Dec NRPN LSB, MSB RPN LSB, MSB

Program Change : True #

X *****************

O 0 127

System Exclusive X O

System Common

: Song Position : Song Select : Tune

X X X

X X X

System Real Time

: Clock : Commands

X X

X X

Aux Messages

: All Sound Off : Reset Al Cntrls : Local ON/OFF : All Notes Off : Active Sense : Reset

X X X X X X

O (120, 126 127) O (121) X O (123 125) O X

Notes : *1 = receive if switch is on. *2 = m is always treated as 1 regardless of its value.

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Specications

* Specications and description in this owners manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specications at any time without prior notice. Since specications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.

Item CLP-990 / CLP-990M

Keyboard 88 keys (A1 - C7)

Sound source AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling

Polyphony [Panel presets] max. 128 voices + [XG] max 32 voices

Voice selection Panel preset for manual performance: 25 voices XG voices for XG/GM/DOC song playback: 480 voices + 12 drum kits

Effect Reverb, chorus, brilliance, variation effect

Controls Dual, split, metronome, transpose, various settings (voice, song, MIDI le, other)

Display LCD

Recording/playback 16-track recording/playback, tempo adjustment

Disk drive 3.5-inch oppy disk drive (2DD and 2HD compatible)

Pedal Damper, sostenuto, soft

Demo songs 6 voice demo songs, 50 piano songs (preset songs)

Jacks/connectors

AUX out (R, L/L+R): Output impedance 600 AUX in (R, L/L+R): Input impedance 10k/Input sensitivity 0.26V Headphone jacks x 2, TO HOST connector, MIDI connectors (IN, OUT, THRU), AUX PEDAL jack

Main ampliers 60W x2

Speakers 16cm x2, 2.5cm (dome) x 2

Dimensions (W x D x H) 1384mm x 570mm x 1033mm 54-1/2" x 22-7/16" x 40-11/16"

Weight 95kg, 209lbs., 7 oz

Attachment Keyboard cover, music stand

CLP-990 33

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