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2 SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION CAUTION 3 PRECAUTIONS PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING Location Assembly Do not open CAUTION WARNING * Please keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. Power supply/Power cord Water warning Fire warning If you notice any abnormality Power supply/Power cord Saving and backing up your data Backing up the oppy disk 4Connections Maintenance Handling caution Using the bench (If included) Saving data 5 About this Owners Manual and Data List 6 Accessories Handling the Floppy Disk Drive (FDD) and Floppy Disk Compatible Disk Type Inserting/Ejecting Floppy Disks To handle oppy disks with care: Data backup To protect your data (Write-protect Tab): 7Cleaning the Disk Drive Read/Write Head About the Floppy Disks 8 About the Display Messages Transporting Tuning CAUTION Maintenance 9 Table of Contents Introduction Quick Guide Basic Operations Organizing Your Data....... 39 Reference Playing the Demos.................53 Voices.....................................55 Styles......................................60 10Song Playback .......................74 Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups Registration Memory ........85 Editing Voices Sound Creator................... 88 Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs Song Creator .....................93 Creating Accompaniment Styles Style Creator....................109 Adjust the Volume Balance and Changing Voices Mixing Console ................119 Making Global and Other Important Settings Function...........................125 Other Settings Utility ......................................140 11Using Your Clavinova with Other Devices.............. 144 Data Compatibility............................................... 151 12Application Index 14What can you do with the Clavinova? SONG Playback previously recorded songs (page 21, 36, 74) GUIDE Learn and practice with the Guide functions (page 38, 79) DEMO Explore the Demos (page 20, 53) STYLE Back up your performance with Auto Accompaniment (page 28, 60) DIGITAL RECORDING Record your performances (page 93, 109) 15LCD Call up the perfect accompaniment style (page 33, 70) TO HOST terminal Make music with a computer quickly and easily (page 146) PIANO Set up the piano instantly (page 56) VOICE Enjoy a huge variety of realistic voices (page 25, 55) 16Setting Up the Clavinova To open the key cover: Music Stand To close To close the key cover: To raise the music stand: 1 2 3 To lower the music stand: 1 2 3 To open Key cover Sheet Music Braces (CVP-205 only) 171 2 Adjusting the display contrast Setting the volume Turning the Power On and Off Using headphones 18Panel Controls and Terminals POWER METRONOME MASTER VOLUME SONG TEMPO TRANSPOSE STYLE MENU DIGITAL STUDIO DISPLAY CONTROL VOICE EFFECT 12 34 19 5 76 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 45 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 72 71 70 76 75 7469 65 66 6867 68 1949 46 42 VOICE MUSIC FINDER ONE TOUCH SETTING PIANO Setting REGISTRATION MEMORY Microphone and Headphone Connectors Connectors Pedals 41 37 43 64 63 47 48 50 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 51 52 54 5553 44 77 78 79 20Quick Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 324 5 33Music Finder Using the Music Finder Searching the Music Finder Records 346 3 4 5 39Basic Operations Organizing Your Data 411 2 3 Naming Files/Folders File/Folder-related Operations 421 2 ABCDE.S002.MID Moving Files/Folders 431 2 3 4 Press the  (PASTE) button. Copying Files/Folders Deleting Files/Folders 441 (page 39). Select the desired le/folder. 3 4 Press the  (PASTE) button. 1 2 Saving Files Organizing Files by Creating a New Folder Entering Characters and Changing Icons Displaying Upper Level pages 451 461 2 3 511 2 Press this to close the TEMPO display. Tap Tempo There are three different tempo indications in the Main display, as shown below. Tempo Indications MAIN Display 521 accompaniment style (page 60, 75). 53Reference Playing the Demos different display pages. STYLE POWER MASTER VOLUME METRONOME SONG TRANSPOSE MENU DIGITAL STUDIO VOICE PART ENTER DATA ENTRY VOICE EFFECT VOICE MUSIC FINDER PIANO ONE TOUCH SETTING REGISTRATION MEMORY 2 once to select the desired demo, and once again to start it. 2 2 1 button automatically plays back the Demo songs at random. Playing the Demos 544 3 55 Voices 1 the desired voice group. 2 3 selected voice. Press this to return to the MAIN display. 56One-touch Piano Play Layer Layering Two Different Voices Layer/Left Playing Several Sounds Simultaneously 1234 12345678 12345678 TEMPO STYLE POWER MASTER VOLUME METRONOME SONG TRANSPOSE ABCD MENU DIGITAL STUDIO VOICE PART ENTER DATA ENTRY VOICE EFFECT VOICE MUSIC FINDER PIANO ONE TOUCH SETTING REGISTRATION MEMORY G H VOICE PART LAYER part LEFT part Split point Left range Right range LEFT part Split point LAYER part Left range Right range 571 turn the LAYER function on. To turn it off, press the button again. 2 Press this to return to the MAIN display. Left Setting Separate Voices for the Left and Right Sections of the Keyboard This section of the panel lets you add a variety of effects to the voices you play on the keyboard. REVERB DSP VARIATION (Regular voice only; page 89) 581 2 Press this to return to the MAIN display. Applying Voice Effects HARMONY/ECHO MONO LEFT HOLD Damper Pedal (Right) Sostenuto Pedal (Center) Left Pedal Foot Controller/Footswitch 59Using the Pedals 60Styles 2 BACK NEXT STYLE ACMP AUTO FILLIN OTS LINK BREAK INTRO MAIN ENDING / rit. SYNC.STOPSYNC.START START / STOP ABCD Playing a style 2 User, Floppy Disk) for saving the style. For a list of the available accompaniment styles, refer to the separate Data List (Style List). Playing a Styles Rhythm Channels only 621 Adjusting the Volume Balance/Channel Muting 3 63Chord Fingerings Arranging the Style Pattern (SECTIONS: MAIN A/B/C/D, INTRO, ENDING, BREAK) 651 3 Accompaniment section of the keyboard, and changes to the Main section. Stopping the Style Playback While Releasing Keys (SYNC. STOP) 661 2 3 5 Selecting Intro and Ending Types (INTRO/ENDING) Playing Fill-in patterns automatically when changing accompaniment sections Auto Fill In 673 2 Appropriate Panel Setting for the Selected Style Touch Setting setups (page 69). Auto Accompaniment section LED is red The One Touch Setting is currently selected. (ONE TOUCH SETTING) STYLE ACMP AUTO FILLIN OTS LINK BREAK INTRO MAIN ENDING / rit. SYNC.STOPSYNC.START START / STOP 681 2 LED is green The One Touch Setting is not selected. LED is off No One Touch Setting data. The button is not available. 3 chord with your left hand, the auto accompaniment starts. 4 5 Automatically Changing One Touch Settings with the Sections OTS Link Registering the Panel Controls in One Touch Setting (ONE TOUCH SETTING) 691 2 1 Select a style. 2 3 4 703 Calling Up Ideal Setups for Your Music Music Finder Add the selected record to Favorite (Bookmark) page Searching the Ideal Setups Music Finder Search [A] MUSIC [B] KEYWORD [C] STYLE [D] BEAT [E] SEARCH AREA [F]~[H] CLEAR  TEMPO FROM TEMPO TO ~ GENRE  CANCEL 711 2 Editing Records Music Finder Record Edit [A] MUSIC [B] KEYWORD [C] STYLE [D] BEAT [E] FAVORITE [F]~[H] CLEAR [I] DELETE RECORD 721 2 74Song Playback 12345678 12345678 TEMPO STYLE POWER MASTER VOLUME METRONOME SONG TRANSPOSE MENU DIGITAL STUDIO VOICE PART ENTER DATA ENTRY VOICE EFFECT VOICE MUSIC FINDER PIANO ONE TOUCH SETTING REGISTRATION MEMORY SONG EXTRA TRACKS (STYLE) TRACK 2 (L) TRACK 1 (R) REC TOP START / STOP REW FF REPEAT GUIDE Compatible Song Types Playing the Internal Songs Song Playback 753 761 2 3 4 77Playing Back Songs on Disk Insert the disk into the drive. Other Playback-related Operations Repeat / Rewind / Fast forward Adjusting the Volume Balance / Muting Specic Channels Muting Specic Parts Track1/Track2/Extra Tracks 781 Repeat Playback of a Specic Range 4 3 802 1 FUNCTION display (page 129). 5 To turn the practice function, press the button again. Displaying Music Notation Score (CVP-205 only) 811 845 Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups Registration Memory Press the desired number button for registering the settings. Registering Panel Setups Registration Memory 851 Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups Registration Memory Saving Your Registration Memory Setups 862 Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups Registration Memory Recalling the Registered Settings Selecting the Freeze Settings Recalling a Registration Memory Setup 873 4 88Editing Voices Sound Creator edited voice, and play the keyboard. REGULAR VOICE NATURAL VOICE (Flash ROM) as a USER voice (page 45). PART SOUND CREATOR DIGITAL STUDIO SOUND CREATOR DIGITAL RECORDING MIXING CONSOLE 1 Part (MAIN, LAYER or LEFT) containing the voice you wish to edit. Select the desired menu by pressing the [NEXT]/ [BACK] button. Opens the Save (Voice) display for saving the edited voice as a User voice (page 45). 4 The voice can also be selected in the SOUND CREATOR display. 2 3 The operations for each function selected in this step are covered in detail, starting on page 90. 5 93Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs Song Creator NEW SONG SYNC.START About Song Recording Quick Recording (page 94) Multi Recording (page 95) Step Recording (page 97) Song Editing (page 103) SONG EXTRA TRACKS (STYLE) TRACK 2 (L) TRACK 1 (R) REC TOP START / STOP REW FF REPEAT GUIDE Play back your new song Quick Recording 941 2 3 951 2 963 4 5 6 Operation Recording Individual Notes Step Record 971 3 2 4 5 Measure/Beat/Clock Velocity The gate time (note length) can be specied as a percentage by using the [DATA ENTRY] dial. The table below shows the available settings and the corresponding velocity values. Gate Time 986 then enter the pitch by actually playing the note on the keyboard. Recording Melodies Step Record (Note) Play back the newly created melody 992 3 4 Recording Chord Changes for the Auto Accompaniment Step Record (Chord) Entering Chords and Sections (Chord Step) 1001 2 Play back the newly created chord progression 1013 1081 3 4 2 109Creating Accompaniment Styles Style Creator About Creating Accompaniment Styles Realtime Recording (page 111) Step Recording (page 112) Assembling an Accompaniment Style (page 113) Editing the created Accompaniment Style (page 114) Section Channel INTRO A - D RHYTHM 1, RHYTHM 2, BASS, CHORD 1, CHORD 2, PAD, PHRASE 1, PHRASE 2 MAIN A - D FILL IN A - D BREAK ENDING A - D For information on the part structure of accompaniment styles, see page 95. Style File Format 1101 2 4 3 5 1112 3 1 1132 1 3 119Adjust the Volume Balance and Changing Voices Mixing Console 2 The operations for this page apply to step 2 of the procedure on page 119. 120Setting the Level Balance and Voice Volume/Voice 121Changing the Tone of the Voice Filter Changing Pitch-related Settings Tune The operations for this page apply to step 2 of the procedure on page 119. 122Adjusting the Effects Making Global and Other Important Settings Function 12345678 TEMPO Adjusting the Pitch and Tuning Master Tune and Scale Tune Master Tune (page 127) Scale Tune (page 127) Setting Song-related Parameters Song Settings (page 129) These allow you to set parameters related to song playback as well as the practice function types. Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters Style Setting, Split Point, and Chord Fingering Style Setting / Split Point (page 130) These determine the auto accompaniment-related settings, and let you set the split point. Chord Fingering (page 131) STYLE POWER MASTER VOLUME METRONOME SONG TRANSPOSE ABCD MENU DIGITAL STUDIO 12345678 VOICE PART ENTER DATA ENTRY VOICE EFFECT VOICE MUSIC FINDER PIANO ONE TOUCH SETTING REGISTRATION MEMORY 1234 1253 1331 2 3 Specifying the Order for Calling Up Registration Memory Presets Registration Sequence Maintaining Panel Settings Freeze 134Setting the Registration Sequence, Freeze, and Voice Set Execute the settings by pressing the [EXIT] button. Changing the Automatically Selected Voice Settings Voice Set 135Setting Harmony and Echo About the Harmony Types When a normal Harmony type (Standard Duet through Strum) is selected When Multi Assign is selected When Echo is selected An echo effect is applied to the note played on the keyboard, in time with the currently set tempo. When Tremolo is selected When Trill is selected Two notes held on the keyboard are played alternately, in time with the currently set tempo. About the Harmony Assignments Multi Main Harmony is applied only to the Main part. Layer 136Showing the Clavinova Display on a TV Video Out (CVP-205 only) Making Overall System Settings (Local Control, Clock, etc.) System Setting the MIDI Parameters 1371 2 Clock, Transmit Clock, Receive Transpose, Start/Stop Clock Transmit Clock Receive Transpose Start/Stop Message Switch 138Transmitting MIDI Data Transmit 139Receiving MIDI Data Receive Setting Root Note Channels Root Setting Chord Channels Chord Detect Making Settings for Fade In/Out, Metronome, Parameter Lock, and Tap CONFIG 1 Fade In Time, Fade Out Time, Fade Out Hold Time These let you make settings for the metronome-related parameters. These determine how long it takes for the accompaniment style and song to fade in or fade out. Metronome 140Other Settings Utility 1421 2 3 4 144Using Your Clavinova with Other Devices 1Using the Headphones (PHONES jacks). 2Connecting the Microphone or Guitar (MIC./LINE IN jack) (CVP-205 only). 1 2 3 153CVP-205/205M: Keyboard Stand Assembly all parts in the correct direction. Please assemble in accordance with the sequence given below. 2 Assembly should be carried out by at least two persons. below. Use of incorrect screws can cause damage. assembly of each unit. the assembly sequence given below. 1 the styrofoam pads, and place the main unit on top of the pads. 3 4 Be sure to place your hands at least 10 cm from either end of the main unit when positioning it. 5 CVP-205/205M: Keyboard Stand Assembly 1546 7 8 9 After completing the assembly, please check the following. 155CVP-203: Keyboard Stand Assembly 1 2 3 4 CVP-203: Keyboard Stand Assembly 1565 6 7 8 After completing the assembly, please check the following. 157Troubleshooting 159Specications 161Index IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 166PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL 167FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.) CAUTION: ATTENTION: CANADA U.S.A. 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