Yamaha 7000 Manualul proprietarului

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products that are both user safe and environmentally
friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the
production methods used to produce them, meet these goals.
In keeping with both the letter and the spirit of the law, we
want you to be aware of the following:
Battery Notice: This product MAY contain a small non-
rechargable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in
place. The average life span of this type of battery is ap-
proximately five years. When replacement becomes neces-
sary, contact a qualified service representative to perform
the replacement.
Warning: Do not attempt to recharge, disassemble, or incin-
erate this type of battery. Keep all batteries away from chil-
dren. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by
applicable laws. Note: In some areas, the servicer is required
by law to return the defective parts. However, you do have
the option of having the servicer dispose of these parts for
you.
Disposal Notice: Should this product become damaged
beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is consid-
ered to be at an end, please observe all local, state, and fed-
eral regulations that relate to the disposal of products that
contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc.
NOTICE: Service charges incurred due to lack of knowl-
edge relating to how a function or effect works (when the
unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the manu-
facturer’s warranty, and are therefore the owners responsi-
bility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your
dealer before requesting service.
NAME PLATE LOCATION: The graphic below indicates
the location of the name plate. The model number, serial
number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate.
You should record the model number, serial number, and the
date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this
manual as a permanent record of your purchase.
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all foreseeable risks have been eliminated. DO NOT modify
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authorized by Yamaha. Product performance and/or safety
standards may be diminished. Claims filed under the ex-
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change or modify any of the specifications without notice or
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uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electrical shock.
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R L/L+R
AUX OUT
R L/L+R
AUX IN
AC INLET
FOOT SWITCH
IN
MIDI
OUT
THRU
FOOT VOLUME
12
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
AVIS:
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE NE PAS OUVRIR.
WARNING:
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DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
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Contents
Congratulations!
You are the proud owner of an extraordinary electronic keyboard. The Yamaha
PSR-7000 PortaTone combines the most advanced AWM tone generation technol-
ogy with state-of-the-art digital electronics and features to give you stunning sound
quality with maximum musical enjoyment. The advanced Auto Accompaniment and
One Touch Setting features, in particular, are brilliant examples of how Yamaha
technology can significantly expand your musical horizons. A new large-size
graphic display and easy-to-use interface also greatly enhance the operability of
this advanced instrument.
In order to make the most of your PortaTone’s features and vast performance
potential, we urge you to read the manuals thoroughly while trying out the various
features described. Keep the manuals in a safe place for later reference.
Taking Care of Your PortaTone 2
Floppy Disks & the Disk Drive ...........3
Panel Controls 4
Connections & Music Stand 6
The Demonstration 8
The Random & Single Demo Play
Modes
...................................................... 9
The PSR-7000 Display &
Display-based Controls 10
The Display & Multi-function
Controls
................................................10
The [MIXER] Button ........................ 10
The [LIST HOLD] Button .................11
The [LCD CONTRAST] Control ......11
The 5-language Help Function........11
Playing the PSR-7000 12
Before You Begin.............................12
Selecting & Playing Voices .............12
Using the Organ Flute Voices.........16
FOOTAGE.......................................16
VOLUME & ATTACK ......................17
NAME & ROTARY SPEAKER ........17
Using the Rotary Speaker Effect.....18
Keyboard Percussion ....................... 19
Changing the L Split Point .......... 20
Transposition, Tuning, &
Octave Change 21
TRANSPOSE & TUNE........................ 21
OCTAVE CHANGE..............................22
Using the Accompaniment
Section 23
Fade-ins and Fade-outs ..................30
Accompaniment Volume ................. 30
The Auto Mute Function..................30
Changing the A Split Point .......... 31
The Chord Assist Function .............32
The Arranger Buttons ....................... 34
One Touch Setting 35
THE TEMPO SET FUNCTION........36
Expression & Effects 37
Harmony..........................................37
Sustain ............................................ 37
Touch Response .............................38
Reverb.............................................38
Chorus.............................................39
DSP Effects..................................... 39
Left Hold..........................................39
Pitch Bend Wheel............................40
Modulation Wheel ...........................40
Digital Equalizer .............................. 41
The Multi Pads 42
The PHRASE/CHORD Mode ............ 42
The PHRASE Pads (pads 1 4)......42
Recording Phrases..........................43
Phrase Playback ............................. 44
The CHORD Pads (pads 5 8) ....... 44
Recording Chords ........................... 44
Chord Playback...............................45
The Repeat & Chord Match Settings46
REPEAT ...................................... 46
CHORD MATCH ......................... 46
The PERCUSSION Mode ..................47
Assigning Different Instruments
To the PERCUSSION Pads ............ 47
Playing the Percussion Pads .......... 48
Registration Memory 49
Registering the Panel Settings.......49
Entering a Registration Name.......... 50
Recalling the Registered Panel
Settings
.................................................51
The Freeze Function.......................... 52
The Freeze Group Settings .............. 52
Song Playback & Recording 53
Song Playback .................................... 53
Pause, Fast Forward & Reverse .....54
Chain Playback ................................. 55
Volume & Mute/Solo Settings ..........56
Song Recording.................................. 58
Quick Record.....................................60
THE TRACK INDICATORS.............62
TRACK DELETE ............................. 62
PLAYBACK ..................................... 62
EXITING..........................................62
Chord Step Recording ...................... 63
DELETING EVENTS.......................64
Quick Record Mode Edit Functions ...
65
SONG DELETE...............................65
Multitrack Record..............................66
THE TRACK INDICATORS.............68
TRACK DELETE ............................. 68
RECORDING & EFFECTS ............. 68
PLAYBACK ..................................... 69
EXITING..........................................69
Punch-In Recording .......................... 69
Track Volume Control....................... 72
Multitrack record Mode
Edit Functions ...................................72
QUANTIZE ......................................72
TRACK COPY/MIX ......................... 73
INITIAL EDIT...................................74
SONG DELETE...............................74
Custom Accompaniment 75
Effects ................................................79
REVERB DEPTH ............................ 79
CHORUS TYPE & DEPTH..............80
PAN.................................................80
Edit ..................................................... 81
QUANTIZE ......................................81
COPY ..............................................81
REMOVE EVENT............................82
Store/Clear.........................................83
STORE............................................83
CLEAR CUSTOM STYLE ............... 83
Custom Voice Edit 84
Engaging the Easy/Full Edit Mode 84
EXITING..........................................84
The Easy Edit Parameters ...............85
EDIT ....................................................85
NAME..............................................85
PAN.................................................85
VIBRATO ........................................85
TONE .............................................. 86
ENVELOPE.....................................86
STORE/CLEAR .................................. 87
STORE............................................87
CLEAR CUSTOM VOICE ...............87
The Full Edit Parameters..................88
E1:BASIC ........................................... 88
NAME..............................................88
WAVE (except for the DRUM KITS) ...........88
TUNE (except for the DRUM KITS)............89
VOLUME (except for the DRUM KITS) ......89
KEY ON DELAY
(except for the DRUM KITS) ...................... 89
PAN.................................................89
E2:CONTROLLER .............................89
PITCH BEND WHEEL.....................89
MODULATION WHEEL ..................90
INITIAL TOUCH CURVE.................90
AFTER TOUCH...............................90
E3:ENVELOPE ...................................91
AMPLITUDE ENVELOPE ............... 91
FILTER............................................92
E4:EFFECTS ......................................93
LFO ................................................. 93
DELAY VIB......................................93
REVERB DEPTH ............................ 93
CHORUS DEPTH ...........................93
DSP EFFECT.................................. 93
LEAD EFFECT................................94
STORE/CLEAR .................................. 94
STORE............................................94
CLEAR CUSTOM VOICE ...............94
The Drum Kit Edit Mode ...................95
Disk Operations 96
Load From Disk .................................. 96
Save To Disk........................................ 98
Rename File/Song .............................. 99
Delete File/Song................................101
Format FD........................................... 102
Song Copy.......................................... 102
HD Utility............................................. 104
DIRECTORY EDIT........................ 104
RENAME ................................... 104
MAKE ........................................104
DELETE .................................... 105
HD FORMAT.................................105
CHECK..........................................105
The PSR-7000 “Functions” 106
General Function Selection &
Editing Procedure
............................106
The [EXIT] Button..........................107
F1: Scale (Arabic)/Voice Part 108
SCALE (ARABIC)..........................108
VOICE PART ................................ 108
SCALE CURVE .........................108
PART TUNE .............................. 109
OCTAVE ................................... 109
PAN ........................................... 109
F2: Split Point/ABC Mode/
Multi Pad 110
SPLIT POINT/ABC MODE ............ 110
SPLIT POINT ............................ 110
ABC MODE ............................... 110
MULTI PAD ...................................111
REPEAT .................................... 111
CHORD MATCH ....................... 111
F3: Controller 112
FOOT CONTROLLER...................112
VOLUME ...................................112
SW1 (FOOTSWITCH 1) &
SW2 (FOOTSWITCH 2) ............ 112
PANEL CONTROLLER................. 114
SUSTAIN BUTTON ................... 114
PITCH BEND WHEEL............... 114
MODULATION WHEEL.............114
INITIAL TOUCH ........................ 115
AFTER TOUCH......................... 115
F4: Style Revoice 116
VOLUME OFFSET .................... 116
VOICE .......................................116
REVERB DEPTH ...................... 117
CHORUS DEPTH......................117
F5:
Reverb/Chorus/DSP Effect
118
REVERB TYPE & DEPTH ............ 118
REVERB TYPE .........................118
REVERB PARAMETER EDIT ... 119
REVERB DEPTH ...................... 119
CHORUS DEPTH ......................... 120
DSP EFFECT TYPE & DEPTH..... 120
DSP EFFECT TYPE ................. 120
DSP EFFECT PARAMETER EDIT .
121
DSP EFFECT DEPTH............... 121
F6: Harmony/Registration 122
HARMONY....................................122
REGISTRATION ........................... 122
NAME ........................................ 122
FREEZE GROUP SETTING .....122
F7: Utility 123
MEMORY BACKUP ......................123
MEMORY BACKUP .................. 123
DISPLAY - MIDI BANK SEL. &
PROG. CHANGE #, TIME.........123
RECALL PRESET DATA .............. 123
F8: MIDI 124
SYSTEM .............................................. 124
LOCAL CONTROL........................ 124
CLOCK & TRANSPOSE ............... 125
CLOCK ...................................... 125
TRANSPOSE ............................125
MESSAGE SWITCH ..................... 125
START/STOP............................ 125
EXCLUSIVE ..............................126
TRANSMIT..................................... 126
TRANSMIT MONITOR ..............126
CHANNEL .................................126
PART......................................... 126
NOTE, CONTROL CHANGE, PRO-
GRAM CHANGE, & PITCH BEND
SWITCH .................................... 127
RECEIVE ....................................... 128
RECEIVE MONITOR.................128
CHANNEL .................................128
MODE .......................................128
NOTE, CONTROL CHANGE, PRO-
GRAM CHANGE, & PITCH BEND
SWITCH .................................... 128
PANEL CONTROL ........................ 129
OCTAVE ...................................129
NOTE ........................................ 129
TYPE SELECT & SUB .............129
Troubleshooting ...............................131
Index ....................................................132
Voice List ............................................134
Percussion Kit List ..........................138
Style List .............................................139
Setup Parameters.............................140
Fingering Chart .................................144
The DSP Effects & Parameters.....153
MIDI Implementation Chart............159
MIDI Data Format..............................162
Sample Data Disks........................... 167
Specifications....................................168
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Taking Care of Your PortaTone
Your PortaTone will give you years of playing pleasure if you follow
the simple rules given below:
Location
Do not expose the instrument to the following conditions
to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious dam-
age.
Direct sunlight (e.g. near a window).
High temperatures (e.g. near a heat source, outside, or
in a car during the daytime).
Excessive humidity.
Excessive dust.
Strong vibration.
Power Supply
In some areas the PSR-7000 will
have a voltage selector on the bot-
tom panel. Make sure that the volt-
age selector is set for the AC mains
voltage in your area. The voltage
selector can be set (rotated) by us-
ing a screwdriver. If in doubt, con-
tact your Yamaha dealer.
Turn the power switch OFF when the instrument is not
in use. (The PSR-7000 uses a very small amount of
power to maintain the internal memory contents even
when no batteries are installed and the power is turned
off.)
The power supply cord should be unplugged from the
AC outlet if the instrument is not to be used for an
extended period of time.
Unplug the instrument during electric storms.
Avoid plugging the instrument into the same AC outlet
as appliances with high power consumption, such as
electric heaters or ovens. Also avoid using multi-plug
adapters since these can result in reduced sound
quality, operation errors, and possibly damage.
Memory Backup Batteries
The PSR-7000 requires four 1.5 V C size (LR14) batteries
for memory backup power. If no backup batteries are
installed, the memory contents will be lost when then
instrument is unplugged from the AC mains supply. Please
use alkaline batteries. The average life of a set of alkaline
batteries is about 12 months.
1. Open Battery Compartment Cover
Open the battery compartment cover — located on the
instrument’s bottom panel — by pressing on the two
latches on the cover and pulling outward, as shown in
the illustration.
2. Insert Batteries
Insert the four batteries, being careful to follow the
polarity markings on the bottom panel.
3. Replace Cover
Replace the compartment cover, making sure that it
locks firmly in place.
NOTES
Never mix old and new, or different type of batteries!
To prevent damage due to battery leakage, it is a good idea
to remove the batteries from the PSR-7000 (after saving any
important data to disk) if it is not to be used an extended
period of time. (YAMAHA is not responsible irretrievable
internal data.)
Turn Power OFF When Making Connections
To avoid damage to the instrument and other devices
to which it is connected (a sound system, for example),
turn the power switches of all related devices OFF prior
to connecting or disconnecting audio and MIDI cables.
Handling and Transport
Never apply excessive force to the controls, connec-
tors or other parts of the instrument.
Always unplug cables by gripping the plug firmly, not by
pulling on the cable.
Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.
Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or
placing heavy objects on the instrument can result in
scratches and more serious damage.
Cleaning
Clean the cabinet and panel with a dry soft cloth.
A slightly damp cloth may be used to remove stubborn
grime and dirt.
Never use cleaners such as alcohol or thinner.
Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of the instrument
(vinyl can stick to and discolor the surface).
Electrical Interference
This instrument contains digital circuitry and may cause
interference if placed too close to radio or television
receivers. If this occurs, move the instrument further
away from the affected equipment.
Data Backup
Save all important data to disk before turning off for
longer periods.
Internal data (e.g. Registration data) is retained in
memory even if the power switch is turned OFF when
backup batteries are installed as described above. If
you do not intend to use the PSR-7000 for an extended
period of time, it is a good idea to unplug the instrument
from the AC outlet and remove the batteries.
240V
1
3
0
V
110V
220V
3
Taking Care of Your PortaTone
Internal memory data can be corrupted due to incor-
rect operation. Be sure to save important data to a
floppy disk frequently so you have a backup to revert to
if something happens to damage the data in memory.
Also note that magnetic fields can damage data on the
disk, so it is advisable to make a second back-up copy
of disks that contain very important data, and keep
backup disks in a safe place away from stray magnetic
fields (i.e. away from speakers, appliances containing
motors, etc.).
Service and Modification
The PSR-7000 contains no user serviceable parts.
Opening it or tampering with it in anyway can lead to
irreparable damage and possibly electric shock. Refer
all servicing to qualified YAMAHA personnel.
Type of Disk
Use only 3.5-inch 2DD or 2HD floppy disks.
Disk Insertion & Removal
To insert a floppy disk in the disk drive, hold the disk
with the label side facing up and the sliding shutter
facing the disk drive door, then insert carefully until the
disk clicks into place.
ing Disk to clean the head about once a month. Ask your
Yamaha dealer about the available of head-cleaning
disks.
Floppy Disk Handling & Storage
The actual recording medium inside a floppy disk has a
fine coating of magnetic particles in which the data is
stored. To protect this coating as well as the disk drives
delicate read-write head, please observe the following:
Always keep floppy disks in their case when they are
not in use. Never place heavy objects on a disk or bend
the disk in any way. Also keep disks away from liquids
and dust.
Never open the disks shutter and touch the exposed
surface of the disk.
Keep floppy disks away from strong magnetic fields
such as those produced by television sets, speakers,
motors, etc.
Never leave floppy disks in areas exposed to strong
direct sunlight, excessively high or low temperature, or
high humidity.
Never use a floppy disk with a deformed shutter or
housing.
Do not attach anything other than the provided labels
to a floppy disk. Also make sure that labels are at-
tached in the proper location.
Protecting Your data
To prevent accidental erasure of important data you
have saved to floppy disk, be sure to slide the disks
write-protect tab to the write protect position (the tab
window should be open). When this is done the disk
cannot be written to.
Make regular backup copies of important data to a
separate floppy disk, and keep your backup disks in a
separate, safe place.
To ensure the safety of your data (and of the disk drive
itself) always use floppy disks from a well-known,
reliable manufacturer. No-brand disks can cause
trouble.
To remove a floppy disk from the disk drive, make sure
the DISK IN USE light is not lit and press the disk
eject button firmly as far as it will go and then, when the
disk is full ejected, remove it by hand.
If the eject button is only partially pressed or pressed
too quickly the eject mechanism may not function
properly, leaving the disk stuck halfway. Do not attempt
to remove the disk forcefully if this happens, since
excess force can damage the disk and/or the drive
mechanism. Try either pressing the eject button care-
fully again, or push the disk all the way back into the
drive and repeat the eject procedure.
Never attempt to remove a floppy disk during a record
or playback operation!! This can corrupt the data on the
disk, and actually damage the disk drive!
Be sure to remove the floppy disk from the disk drive
before turning off the power. A floppy disk left in the
drive for extended periods can easily pick up dust and
dirt that can cause data read/write errors.
Clean the Read/Write Head Regularly
This instrument employs a precision magnetic read/write
head which, after an extended period of use, will pick up
a layer of magnetic particles from the disks used that will
eventually cause read and write errors. To maintain the
disk drive in optimum working order we recommend that
you use a commercially-available
Dry-type Head Clean-
Write protected Write enabled
Floppy Disks & the Disk Drive
YAMAHA is not responsible for damage caused by improper handling or operation.
YAMAHA provides no guarantee against disk damage.
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Panel Controls
ARRANGER
PHRASE
PAD
CHORD
BASS
RHYTHM
MASTER VOLUME
MIN •• MAX
MIXER
LIST
HOLD
DIGITAL
EQUALIZER
TEMPO
+
FADE
IN / OUT
INTRO/
FILL to
MAIN
ENDING/
rit.
SYNCHRO
START
START/STOP
ACCOMPANIMENT DIRECTOR
ABAB
REC/STOP
PERCUSSION
PHRASE/CHORD
PHRASE/CHORD
PLAYING
PHRASE
CHORD
MULTI PAD
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PIANO/
ORGAN
STRINGS /
CHOIR
BRASS/
WOODWIND
SYNTH/
PA D
GUITAR/
PERCUSSIVE
CUSTOM
VOICE
LEFT ORCHESTRA
LEFTLEFT HOLD
ROCK /
ROCKNROLL
JAZZ
POP / BEAT
BALLAD
DANCE
DISCO
RHYTHM &
BLUES
LATIN
COUNTRY&
WESTERN
MARCH/
WALTZ
CUSTOM
STYLE
BALLROOM
ONE TOUCH
SETTING
ACCOMPANIMENT
AUTO BASS CHORD
PITCH BEND MODULATION
UP
DOWN MIN
MAX
PHONES MIC
3
MIC VOLUME
MIN •• MAX
4
a s
5
6
7
8
9
!
0
@
#
$
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w
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%
*
(
^ &
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SONG
PLAY
CUSTOM
VOICE EDIT
FUNCTION
SONG
RECORD
CUSTOM
ACCOMP. REC
DISK
1 POWER Button .......................................... page 8
2 DEMO Button............................................. page 8
3 MASTER VOLUME Control........................ page 8
4 MIC VOLUME Control ................................ page 6
5 ARRANGER Buttons ............................... page 34
PHRASE, PAD, CHORD, BASS, RHYTHM
6 ACCOMPANIMENT Buttons .................... page 26
7 ONE TOUCH SETTING Button................ page 35
8 AUTO BASS CHORD Button ................... page 23
9 ACCOMPANIMENT DIRECTOR Buttons
........................................................pages 27 30
FADE IN/OUT, INTRO/FILL to A/B, MAIN A/B,
ENDING/rit., SYNCHRO START, START/STOP
0 LEFT ORCHESTRA Buttons ............pages 13, 14
! LEFT HOLD Button.................................. page 39
@ SONG PLAY Button ................................. page 53
# CUSTOM VOICE EDIT Button ................. page 84
$ FUNCTION Button ................................. page 106
% SONG RECORD Button .......................... page 58
^ CUSTOM ACCOMP. REC Button............. page 75
& DISK Button ............................................. page 96
* TEMPO [] and [+] Buttons...................... page 26
( MULTI PAD Buttons ................................. page 42
REC/STOP, PHRASE/CHORD-PERCUSSION,
1 8
5
Panel Controls
HARMONY
SUSTAIN
TOUCH
RESPONSE
REVERB
CHORUS
DSP
EFFECT
LCD
CONTRAST
HELP/
LANGUAGE
DEMO
POWER
PSR-7000
DISK IN USE
EXIT
FREEZE MEMORY
BANK 1~16
+
12345678
REGISTRATION
R 1
R 2
PIANO
ORGAN
STRINGS/
CHOIR
SAX/
WOODWIND
TRUMPET/
BRASS
GUITAR/
BASS
RIGHT 1
ACCORDION/
WORLD
SYNTH/
PAD
SOUND
EFFECT
PERCUSSIVE
DRUM KIT
CUSTOM
VOICE
PART SELECT
RIGHT ORCHESTRA
RIGHT 2
TRUMPET/
BRASS
SAX/
WOODWIND
STRINGS/
CHOIR
GUITAR/
BASS
SYNTH/
PERCUSSIVE
CUSTOM
VOICE
LEAD
LEAD
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Q
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P
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U I
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W E
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COMBI
1~6
COMBI
7~12
COMBI
13~18
ROTARY
SPEAKER
SPEED
SLOW
FAST
ORGAN FLUTE
ORGAN FLUTE
) Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).................... page 10
q LCD Buttons............................................. page 10
w DIGITAL EQUALIZER Button................... page 41
e MIXER Button .......................................... page 10
r LIST HOLD Button ................................... page 11
t LCD dials ................................................. page 10
y HELP/LANGUAGE Button ....................... page 11
u EXIT Button.......................................pages 9, 107
i HARMONY Button ................................... page 37
o SUSTAIN Button ...................................... page 37
p TOUCH RESPONSE Button .................... page 38
Q REVERB Button ....................................... page 38
W CHORUS Button ...................................... page 39
E DSP EFFECT Button ............................... page 39
R LCD CONTRAST Control ........................ page 11
T REGISTRATION Buttons ......................... page 49
FREEZE, MEMORY, BANK 1~16 [] and [+],
1 8
Y PART SELECT Buttons............................ page 14
R1, R2
U RIGHT ORCHESTRA Buttons ..........pages 13, 14
I LEAD Buttons ...................................pages 13, 14
O ORGAN FLUTE Buttons .......................... page 16
P Disk Drive....................................pages 53, 58, 96
a PITCH BEND Wheel ................................ page 40
s MODULATION Wheel .............................. page 40
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Connections & Music Stand
The rear-panel AUX OUT L/L+R and R jacks deliver the output
of the PSR-7000 for connection to a keyboard amplifier, stereo sound
system, a mixing console, or tape recorder. If you will be connecting
the PSR-7000 to a monaural sound system, use only the L/L+R jack.
When a plug is inserted into the L/L+R jack only, the left- and right-
channel signals are combined and delivered via the L/L+R jack so you
don’t lose any of the PSR-7000 sound.
1 The AUX OUT L/L+R and R Jacks.............................................................................................................................
AUX OUT
L/L+RR
Stereo System
R L/L+R
AUX OUT
R L/L+R
AUX IN
AC INLET
FOOT SWITCH
IN
MIDI
OUT
THRU
FOOT VOLUME
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CAUTION
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Check the Voltage (Before you connect the AC cord).........................................................................
In some areas the PSR-7000 will have a voltage selector on the
bottom panel. Make sure that the voltage selector is set for the AC
mains voltage in your area. The voltage selector can be set (rotated)
by using a screwdriver. If in doubt, contact your Yamaha dealer.
The PHONES Jack......................................................................................................................................................................
A standard pair of stereo headphones can be plugged in here for
private practice or late-night playing. The internal stereo speaker
system is automatically shut off when a pair of headphones is plugged
into the PHONES jack.
240V
1
3
0
V
110V
220V
PHONES MIC
The PSR-7000 includes a microphone (“MIC”) jack into which
just about any standard microphone with a 1/4" phone plug connected
can be plugged (a dynamic microphone with an impedance of 250
ohms is recommended). The microphone sound is amplified and
reproduced via the PSR-7000’s sound system along with the sound of
the internal tone generator. The volume of the microphone sound is
independently controlled by the MIC VOLUME control.
NOTES
The level of the microphone sound may vary according to the type of
microphone used.
The MIC Jack & MIC VOLUME Control .................................................................................................................
PHONES MIC
MIC VOLUME
MIN •• MAX
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Connections & Music Stand
The Music Stand
The PSR-7000 is supplied with a music stand that can
be attached to the instrument by inserting it into the holes
at the rear of the speaker panel.
5 MIDI IN, THRU and OUT Connectors......................................................................................................................
The MIDI IN connector receives MIDI data from an
external MIDI device (such as a MIDI sequencer) which
can be used to control the PSR-7000. The MIDI THRU
connector re-transmits any data received at the MIDI IN
connector, allowing “chaining” of several MIDI instru-
ments or other devices. The MIDI OUT connector trans-
mits MIDI data generated by the PSR-7000 (e.g. note and
velocity data produced by playing the keyboard). More
details on MIDI are provided on page 124.
MIDI
OUT THRUIN
Tone Generator
Music
Computer
4 FOOT VOLUME Jack ................................................................................................................................................................
An optional Yamaha FC7 Foot Controller can be con-
nected to this jack to allow foot volume (expression)
control. The foot controller can be assigned to control
overall volume or the volume of individual accompani-
ment and/or voices via the “FOOT VOLUME” function —
page 112.
FOOT VOLUME
3 FOOT SWITCH 1 and 2 Jacks.........................................................................................................................................
One or two optional Yamaha FC5 footswitches con-
nected to these jacks can be used to control sustain and a
range of other important functions. Refer to the “FOOT
SWITCH 1” and “FOOT SWITCH 2” functions described
on page 112.
FOOT SWITCH
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2 The AUX IN L/L+R and R Jacks....................................................................................................................................
The rear-panel AUX IN L/L+R and R jacks accept
input from an external instrument or audio souce. The
signal received at the INPUT jack is mixed with PSR-7000
sound and delivered via the speaker system. When a plug
is inserted into the L/L+R jack only, the signal is delivered
via the both channels.
AUX IN
L/L+RR
CD Player
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The Demonstration
Z Switch ON............................................................................................................................................................................................
To give you an idea of the PSR-7000s sophisticated capabilities, it
is programmed with 14 demonstration sequences which can be played
in a number of ways.
Plug the AC power cord into a convenient AC
outlet, then press the [POWER] button to turn the
PSR-7000 ON.
X Set an Initial Volume Level................................................................................................................................................
Set the [MASTER VOLUME] control to a
position about a quarter of the way toward the
highest setting. You can re-adjust the [MASTER
VOLUME] control for the most comfortable over-
all volume level after playback begins.
C Press the [DEMO] Button...................................................................................................................................................
Press the [DEMO] button and the PSR-7000
demo display will appear.
B Exit When Done ..........................................................................................................
Press either the [DEMO] button or the [EXIT]
button to exit from the demo mode and return to the
normal play-mode display when you’ve finished
playing the demo songs.
V Start & Stop Playback as Required
Press the START LCD button to start playback of
all demo songs. Press the STOP LCD button when
you want to stop playback.
DEMO
EXIT
DEMO
POWER
MASTER VOLUME
MIN •• MAX
DEMO
POWER
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The Random & Single Demo Play Modes
If you play the demo as described above, you’ll hear all 14 demo songs played in random order. By selecting
an appropriate play mode you can also play back all the songs sequence, or play a single specified song.
The Demonstration
Z
Select a Play Mode....................................................................................................................................................................
Use either of the LCD dials under MODE on the
display to select one of the available play modes.
ALL All 14 demo songs are played
back in sequence.
RANDOM All 14 demo songs are played back
in random order. This is the default
mode.
SINGLE SONG Only the selected song is played.
X Select a Song .........................................................
Press the LCD button corresponding to the type
of demo song you want to play, then use the same
LCD button to select either of the two demo songs in
that group. You can also use either of the LCD dials
under SONG on the display to select any of the 14
demo songs.
V Start & Stop Playback as Required.........................................................................................................................
Press the START LCD button to start playback of
the selected demo song(s). Press the STOP LCD
button when you want to stop playback.
C Turn the Repeat Mode ON or OFF.............................................................................................................................
Use the REPEAT LCD dial to turn repeat play-
back ON or OFF as required (when ON, the selected
song or sequence of songs will be repeated until the
STOP LCD button is pressed)
B Exit When Done ............................................................................................................................................................................
Press either the [DEMO] button or the [EXIT]
button to exit from the demo mode and return to the
normal play-mode display when you’ve finished
playing the demo songs.
DEMO
EXIT
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The PSR-7000 Display & Display-based Controls
The Display & Multi-function Controls
The PSR-7000 makes general operation and program-
ming easier than ever with a large backlit LCD display
panel and multi-function controls. The 8 LCD selectors
— four on either side of the display panel — and 8 LCD
dials below the display perform the function indicated by
the adjacent section of the display. In the example display
shown here, for example, the LCD dial immediately
below LEAD on the display can be used to adjust the
volume of the LEAD voice. Rotate the dial upward to
increase the volume, or rotate the dial downward to
decrease the volume. In the same way, the LCD button
immediately to the right of LEAD on the display is used
to set the normal octave for the lead voice (“0”), shift it
one octave up (“+1”), or one octave down (“–1”).
The [MIXER] Button..................................................................................................................................................................
The lower section of the normal play mode
display, shown above, provides individual volume
controls for the PSR-7000’s song, multi pad, accom-
paniment, left, right 1, right 2, lead, and organ
sound. Pressing the ACCOMP. VOLUME LCD
button switches to the individual auto-accompani-
ment part volume controls: rhythm 1, rhythm 2,
bass, chord 1, chord 2, pad, phrase 1, and phrase 2.
This is essentially a “mixer” that you will use the
achieve the best overall balance for your musical
needs. The mixer controls will disappear when func-
tions which have different displays are selected, but
can be instantly recalled without exiting from the
current display mode by pressing the [MIXER]
button. Pressing the [MIXER] button a second time
(or the [EXIT] button) causes the mixer controls to
disappear.
MIXER
LIST
HOLD
DIGITAL
EQUALIZER
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The [LIST HOLD] Button......................................................................................................................................................
When selecting voices (page 14) or accompani-
ment styles (page 26), or using the ONE TOUCH
SETTING feature (page 35), the voice, style, or
ONE TOUCH SETTING list will appear on the
display, but will automatically disappear after a few
seconds if no selections are made. The list can be
kept on the display for as long as required by
pressing the [LIST HOLD] button so that its LED
lights. Press [LIST HOLD] a second time (the LED
will go out) to disengage the list hold function.
NOTES
If the [LIST HOLD] button is engaged when a list is not
showing, the list will not appear even when a voice group,
style group, or ONE TOUCH SETTING button is pressed.
The PSR-7000 Display & Display-based Controls
The [LCD CONTRAST] Control.....................................................................................................................................
The PSR-7000 display panel is a liquid-crystal
type which features a [LCD CONTRAST] control.
Use the [LCD CONTRAST] control to set the
display for optimum legibility.
LCD
CONTRAST
The 5-language Help Function .....................................................................................................................................
To make operation as smooth and easy as possi-
ble, the PSR-7000 provides “on-line help” for most
features and functions.
Press the [HELP/LANGUAGE] button to see
help text for the current display, or press any other
panel button after pressing the [HELP/LANGUAGE]
button to see help text for that button. Press the
[EXIT] or [HELP/LANGUAGE] button when you’re
ready to exit from the help mode. If more than one
page of help text is available for the selected topic,
use the LCD buttons to the right of the display to
switch pages as necessary.
Help text and screen messages are available in
five languages: English, German, French, Spanish,
and Italian. Use the LCD dials in the help display to
select the desired language.
MIXER
LIST
HOLD
DIGITAL
EQUALIZER
EXIT
HELP/
LANGUAGE
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Before You Begin
Before playing your PSR-7000 for the first
time, it might be a good idea to re-initialize it to
the original factory settings just in case these have
been changed at some point before you receive
the instrument. To do this, turn the [POWER]
switch ON while holding the [DEMO] and [EXIT]
buttons.
When the display shown to the right appears
press the OK LCD button.
When the above initialization procedure is carried
out, all internal data (e.g. REGISTRATION, CUS-
TOM STYLE, CUSTOM VOICE, MULTI PAD) will
also be initialized and therefore lost!
Playing the PSR-7000
DEMO
POWER
EXIT
Selecting & Playing Voices
The PSR-7000 allows you to individually select and play up to four “orchestra parts” at the same time in a number
of ways. A range of voices can be assigned to each orchestra part. There’s also an “ORGAN FLUTE” part which
simulates an extremely wide range of organ sounds — complete with realistic rotary speaker effect.
RIGHT ORCHESTRA 1
RIGHT ORCHESTRA 2
Both the RIGHT 1 and RIGHT 2 voices are polyphonic voices which can be played over
the entire keyboard or to the right of a specified split point. The default split point is the F#2
key. Either voice can be played alone, or both can be played simultaneously. The RIGHT 1
and RIGHT 2 voices can be selected from a range of 246+8 (Drum kit) voices organized in
12 groups.
LEAD This is a monophonic voice which can be played over the entire keyboard or to the right of
a specified split point. The default split point is the F#2 key. The LEAD voice can be played
alone, or simultaneously with either or both of the RIGHT ORCHESTRA voices. The LEAD
voice can be selected from a range of 123 voices organized in 6 groups.
When only the LEAD voice is being played it has last note priority. That is, only the last
note played will sound. When the LEAD voice is being played with a RIGHT ORCHESTRA
voice it has highest note priority the highest note is played by the LEAD voice.
LEFT ORCHESTRA A polyphonic voice which can be played to the left of a specified split point while the
RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2, and/or LEAD voices are played to the right of the split point. The de-
fault split point is the F#2 key. The LEFT voice can be selected from a range of 205 voices
organized in 6 groups.
ORGAN FLUTE This is a polyphonic voice which can be played over the entire keyboard or to the right of a
specified split point. The default split point is the F#2 key. The ORGAN FLUTE voice can-
not be played simultaneously with the RIGHT or LEAD voices. Details on using the OR-
GAN FLUTE voices are provided on page 16.
* Voice numbers include Custom Voice.
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Playing the PSR-7000
Z Set Initial Volume Levels .....................................................................................................................................................
Set the [MASTER VOLUME] control to an
appropriate level, and make sure that the LEFT, R1,
R2, LEAD and ORGAN volume levels in the MIXER
MAIN VOLUME display are set to their maximum
“100” levels (use the corresponding LCD dials to set
these volume levels if necessary). You can set the
[MASTER VOLUME] control for the most com-
fortable overall volume level after beginning to play.
NOTES
No sound will be produced if all volume levels other than
the [MASTER VOLUME] control are set to their minimum
values.
MASTER VOLUME
MIN •• MAX
X Select the Orchestra Parts You Want To Play................................................................................................
Press the [RIGHT 1], [RIGHT 2], [LEAD], and/or [LEFT] button(s), turning on the
indicators corresponding to the parts you want to play. Press the [ORGAN FLUTE] button to
play the ORGAN FLUTE voice. The RIGHT 1, RIGHT 2, and LEAD voices will automatically
be turned off when the ORGAN FLUTE voice is selected. The ORGAN FLUTE voice will
automatically be turned off when the RIGHT 1 , RIGHT 2 or LEAD voice is turned on.
Each time you turn a part on or off, the EASY SETTING LCD button for that part will appear
on the LCD for a few seconds.
R 1
R 2
PIANO
ORGAN
STRINGS/
CHOIR
SAX/
WOODWIND
TRUMPET/
BRASS
GUITAR/
BASS
RIGHT 1
ACCORDION/
WORLD
SYNTH/
PAD
SOUND
EFFECT
PERCUSSIVE
DRUM KIT
CUSTOM
VOICE
PART SELECT
RIGHT ORCHESTRA
RIGHT 2
TRUMPET/
BRASS
SAX/
WOODWIND
STRINGS/
CHOIR
GUITAR/
BASS
SYNTH/
PERCUSSIVE
CUSTOM
VOICE
LEAD
LEAD
PIANO/
ORGAN
STRINGS/
CHOIR
BRASS/
WOODWIND
SYNTH/
PA D
GUITAR /
PERCUSSIVE
CUSTOM
VOICE
LEFT ORCHESTRA
LEFTLEFT HOLD
COMBI
1~6
COMBI
7~12
COMBI
13~18
ROTARY
SPEAKER
SPEED
SLOW
FAST
ORGAN FLUTE
ORGAN FLUTE
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Playing the PSR-7000
If you press the EASY SETTING LCD button
before it disappears, the easy-setting display for that
part will appear providing access to the split point
parameters as well as the individual octave, pan, and
tune parameters for that part. These same param-
eters can be accessed via the FUNCTION displays
(page 106), but the easy-setting displays offer an
easier, more efficient way to set these parameters
when selecting parts. The easy setting display for a
part that is already on can be accessed by pressing
the EASY SETTING LCD button while holding the
corresponding part button (in this case the part
button indicator will not go out when the button is
released). See the following pages for details on
each of the orchestra part easy setting parameters:
NOTES
The more parts you play simultaneously, the fewer the
total number of notes that can be played on the keyboard
at the same time.
When the RIGHT 1 and RIGHT 2 parts are both on and the
same voice is selected for both parts, the sound may be
slightly different from the normal voice.
When the LEFT part is on, the left voice will automatically
be transposed up one octave.
SPLIT POINT [L] Page 20
SPLIT POINT [A] Page 31
OCTAVE Page 109
PAN Page 109
TUNE Page 109
NOTES
The display will automatically revert to the main display
after a few seconds if the [LIST HOLD] button is not
engaged (page 11).
Custom voices which can be selected via the RIGHT
ORCHESTRA, LEFT ORCHESTRA, and LEAD [CUS-
TOM] buttons can be created via the CUSTOM VOICE
EDIT mode described on page 84, or loaded from disk.
C Select a Voice or Voices........................................................................................................................................................
To select a RIGHT 1 or RIGHT 2 voice use the RIGHT ORCHESTRA voice selectors, to select a LEAD
voice use the LEAD voice selectors, to select an ORGAN FLUTE voice use the ORGAN FLUTE voice
selectors ([COMBI 1-6], [COMBI 7-12], or [COMBI 13-18]), and to select a LEFT voice use the LEFT
ORCHESTRA voice selectors.
When selecting a RIGHT 1 or RIGHT 2 voice it is also necessary to press the [R1] or [R2] PART SELECT
button prior to actually selecting the voice, according to whether you want to select a RIGHT 1 or RIGHT
2 voice (this is not necessary if the [R1] or [R2] indicator for the part you want to select is already lit).
Use the voice group buttons to select the group from which you want to select a voice. The corresponding
voice display will appear.
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Playing the PSR-7000
Use the page-number LCD dials the select the
page containing the voice you want if more than one
page is available, then press the LCD button corre-
sponding to the desired voice. You can also use
either of the SELECT LCD dials to select any of the
voices within the selected group.
V Play & Adjust Volume..............................................................................................................................................................
You can now play the selected voice or voices on
the keyboard. Use the [MASTER VOLUME] con-
trol to adjust the overall volume level, and the
MIXER MAIN VOLUME LCD dials to set the
desired balance between the parts.
R 1
R 2
PIANO
ORGAN
STRINGS/
CHOIR
SAX/
WOODWIND
TRUMPET/
BRASS
GUITAR/
BASS
RIGHT 1
ACCORDION/
WORLD
SYNTH/
PAD
SOUND
EFFECT
PERCUSSIVE
DRUM KIT
CUSTOM
VOICE
PART SELECT
RIGHT ORCHESTRA
RIGHT 2
TRUMPET/
BRASS
SAX/
WOODWIND
STRINGS/
CHOIR
GUITAR/
BASS
SYNTH/
PERCUSSIVE
CUSTOM
VOICE
LEAD
LEAD
PIANO/
ORGAN
STRINGS/
CHOIR
BRASS/
WOODWIND
SYNTH/
PA D
GUITAR /
PERCUSSIVE
CUSTOM
VOICE
LEFT ORCHESTRA
LEFTLEFT HOLD
COMBI
1~6
COMBI
7~12
COMBI
13~18
ROTARY
SPEAKER
SPEED
SLOW
FAST
ORGAN FLUTE
ORGAN FLUTE
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Using the Organ Flute Voices
The PSR-7000 has 18 preset ORGAN FLUTE voices
which can be selected in the same way as the RIGHT,
LEAD and LEFT voices: press an ORGAN FLUTE voice
group button — [COMBI 1-6], [COMBI 7-12], or [COMBI
13-18] — and then press the LCD button corresponding
to the desired voice in the selected group. The main
difference between the ORGAN FLUTE voices and oth-
ers is that the ORGAN FLUTE voices can be directly
edited via the voice list display. The editing controls
appear below the voice list (turn [LIST HOLD] on to
keep the voice list and editing controls on the display).
FOOTAGE.............................................................................................................................................................................................
The basic sound of the currently selected OR-
GAN FLUTE voice is edited via FOOTAGE bars
corresponding to the LCD dials. If the FOOTAGE
display is not showing, press the FOOTAGE LCD
button in the ORGAN FLUTE voice list display.
The term “FOOTAGE” is a reference to the fact that
the sound of pipe organs was adjusted via “stops”
which turned on or off pipes of different lengths (in
feet). The longer the pipe, the lower the pitch of the
sound, thus the 16' (16-foot) FOOTAGE bar adjusts
the volume of the lowest pitched component of the
voice while the 1' bar adjusts the highest-pitched
component of the voice. Use the LCD dials to
increase or reduce the amount of the corresponding
footages to create the desired overall sound. The
longer a graphic footage bar, the greater the amount
of the corresponding footage added to the sound.
Playing the PSR-7000
COMBI
1~6
COMBI
7~12
COMBI
13~18
ROTARY
SPEAKER
SPEED
SLOW
FAST
ORGAN FLUTE
ORGAN FLUTE
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