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Welcome...

Thank you for purchasing our Digital Piano. The use of high technology and the most advanced sampling technique brings you high quality sound and enjoyment. The combination of digital pianoand electronic keyboard features let you perform perfectly. We hope this skillfully built digital piano will be able to explore your creativity, and brings you unlimited happiness and music enjoyment. Before you use the piano, we recommend you to read through this manual. Please keep this instruction manual for future reference.

Precautions!
Please read the following carefully before use: Do not expose the piano to high temperature, direct sunlight and excessively dusty places. Do not place the piano too close to other electrical appliances such as television and radio. It may cause interference. Do not place the piano to excessive humid area. Avoid putting container with liquid on top of the piano for preventing the damage of the internal parts of the piano by flowing liquid. Always unplug cables by gripping the plug firmly, but not pulling on the cable. Do not apply excessive force to the switches and buttons. When the piano is not in use or in the time of thunderstorm, please remeber disconnect the power supply. Avoid adjusting the volume level to the maximum or to the levels that you feel uncomfortable, we recommend you to limit the volume level to two-third of the max to prevent the damage of audiory sense. Unplug the power cable before cleaning the piano,and do not connect or disconnect the power cable with a wet hand. Check and clean the power plug periodically. To avoid damage to the piano and other devices to which it is connected, turn the power switches of all related device off prior to connecting or disconnecting cables. Clean the piano with a dry soft cloth, a slightly damp cloth could be used to remove dirt as well. Never use cleaners such as thinner or alcohol. To prevent damage the surface of the LCD display, please use lens cleaning tissue to clean the display. If the piano cable is damaged, please do not use the piano. Otherwise it may cause fire or electrical hazard. In the case of malfunction due to improper handling the piano,please switch off and on again after 30 seconds. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the piano by yourself, as well as the internal parts. If the piano does not work properly, please contact the approved repairer.

Contents
Set-up Guide General Guide The Connectors
- Using the AC power jack - Using headphones - Using AUX.OUT jack - Using the foot pedals - Using the MIDI IN/OUT jacks

3-5 6-7 8-9


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Custom style
Reocording a custom style Clear a custom style Playing a custom

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Metronome Recording
1.Record waiting 2.Record start 3.Record stop 4.Record play 5.Record delete

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27 27 28 28 28

Basic Operation
1. Power switch & volume 2.Select key-Voice/style/song 2. Demonstration

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10 10 11

Voice and Effects


1. Select a voice 2. Dual voice 3. Split/lower voice 4. Sustain 5. DSP effect 6. Touch response 7.Portamento/Modulation 8.Piano

12-15
12 13 13 14 14 14 15 15

Song Memory
1.Bank 2.Store and Load 3.Data store in memory

29 30
30 30 30

One touch setting Pedal


1.Damper pedal 2.Volume pedal

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32 32

Playing the style


Select a style style control 1. Start the style 2. Fill IN A/B 3. Stop the style 4.Accomp volume 5.A.B.C mode 6.Tempo

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16 16-20 16,17 17,18 18 18,19 19,20 20

MIDI
1.What is MIDI 2.MIDI connection 3.MIDI applitcation

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33 33 33

Function menu
1.Transpose 2.Tune 3.Octave 4.Beat 5.Slit point 6.Pedal assign 7.Portamento type 8.Key portamnto/modulation assign 9.Mixer function

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Specifications Trouble shooting Appendix 1-Voice List Appendix 2-style list Appendix 3-Demo list Appendix 4-Song list Appendix 5-Chord chart Appendix 6-MIDI chart

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Main Features
Sound Generation
The sounds are based on PCM and Wavetable technology.

Operation system
You can select the Voices and Styles at high speed with the Direct Select Button or Dial on the panel.

Voice
DP600`s ROM contains 142 permanent Voices including 12 Chinese traditional Voices and 2 Drum kits, and you can select one of them directly by the 40 Panel Voice.

Style
DP600 features 100 Styles including 1 Custom Style, and you can select one of them directly by the 30 Panel Style.

Custom Style
You can create your own style with Drum kits only.

Song & Demo


DP600 features the 60 ROM Songs, which provide MELODY OFF Mode for user learning and 8 ROM Demos with great sound effect.

Style Chord Mode


With the mode under A.B.C, you can play the chord in fingered or single finger mode .

Record Mode
DP600 allows you to record in 5 (4 melody tracks and 1 accompaniment track) tracks separately, and play with any tracks.

Memory
With 8 banks, each bank contains 6 memory registers.

Other Feature
DSP effect (on/off), Piano Mode, Metronome with two types, Modulation and so on.

Set-up Guide
1
Before proceeding to assemble the stand, get before a Phillips screwdriver(not supplied) Make sure you have the following parts, which are supplied into package( see the Fig.1): Bottom crossbar with three pedals group Right leg Left leg Rear panel Piano cabinet N.5 M4X15mm screw N.2 Adhesive clamp(put together with manual in a bag) N.4 M6x60mm screw N.2 M6x12mm screw N.4 M6x23mm screw clog N.1 M8x24mm pedal clog(put together with pedal group) N.4 Headscrew plastic cover

adhesive clamp

pedal clog

Set-up Guide

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a) b)

Follow the illustration below and finish off the set-up procedures. Fix on pedal group(N) with the pedal clog(M) as shown in Fig. 1. Fix and well tighten the left leg(C) and Right leg(B) to crossbar(A) with screws(H). Insert the 4hand screw plastic cover(N) into the legs holes.

c)

Fix the rear panel (D) to the crossbar(A) with 3 screws(F) and to the legs(B & C) with 2 screws(I).

d)

Place the piano cabinet (E) on stand, fix it using four screw clogs(L).

Set-up Guide
e)
Attach 2 adhesive clamps (G) on stand and cabinet. Insert the DIN plug of pedals cable into the proper socket of cabinet; Fix the cable into adhesive clamp (G).

Adhesive clamps

f)

Place the piano in its final location and adjust on floor the clog (M) under pedals group.

General Guide

Top View

Rear View

Front View
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Control Panel Pedal Jack MIDI IN/OUT Jack AUX. OUT Jack AC Power Jack

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Headphones Jack Soft Pedal Sustenoto Pedal Sustain Pedal Music Stand Piano Keyboard

General Guide
POWER STYLES
OFF ON ACCOMP VOLUME ACCOMPVOLUME A.B.C. DEMO

01 8 Beat 1

07 16 Beat 1

15 Ballad 1

23 SlowRock 1 34 BigBand
ACCOMP / CLEAR

RECORD

SEQUENCER
MELODY 1 MELODY 2 MELODY 3 MELODY 4

06 8 Beat Pop

08 16 Beat 2

22 Rock'N'R 57 Samba 1

29 Disco 1

38 Swing 1

PLAY / STOP

SPLIT / LOW VOICE

DUAL

46 CountryShuf 52 Pop Bossa

63 Pop Reggae 66 Beguine


MIXER TEMPO PORTAMENTO TEMPO FUNCTION MELODY OFF

51 Bluegrass 73 March 1
MIN

55 Rhumba 1 79 Waltz 1

61 PopChaCha 92 XinJiang

64 Tango

69 Bounce

START / STOP

SYNC

FILL-IN A

FILL-IN B

INTRO / ENDING

O.T.S.

94 NeiMengGu 85 Pianist

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STYLE / VOICE SONG

2 MAX
VOLUME

76 Polka

80 SlowWaltz

93 YunNan

95 JiangNan

00 Custom

ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL

MODULATION

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VOICES
BANK

01 GrandPno

05 E.Piano 1

09 Celesta

17 DrawOrgan 22 Accordion

25 Nylon Gtr

37 SlapBass 1

STORE

PIANO

METRONOME

SUSTAIN

TOUCH

DSP

04 Honky-Tonk 07 Harpsi. 46 Pizz. Str

13 Marimba

20 Ch-Organ 55 SynVoice

23 Harmonica 58 Trombone

27 Jazz Gtr

41 Violin

20
M1 / NO M2 M3

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M4

23
M5

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M6

49 StringEns 1 51 Syn. Strs 1

61 FrenchHorn 63 SynBrass 1

47 Harp 69 Oboe

50 StringEns 2 53 ChoirAah 74 Flute 129 Pipa

57 Trumpet 134 Erhu

60 MuteTrump 138 Qudi

62 BrassSect 141 C. Percus

67 TenorSax

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/ YES

ONE TOUCH SETTING

72 Clarinet

76 PanFlute

132 Guzheng

136 Hi-Suona

139 Bangdi

142 Percus

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Front Panel
1 2 3 4

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POWER SWITCH MASTER VOLUME ACCOMP/CLEAR ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL -START/STOP -SYNC -FILL-IN A -FILL-IN B -INTRO/ENDING SEQUENCER -MELODY 1 -MELODY 2 -MELODY 3 -MELODY 4 RECORD PLAY/STOP OTS ACCOMP VOLUME TEMPO PORTAMENTO/MODULATION A.B.C SPLIT MIXER FUNCTION DEMO DUAL MELODY OFF STYLE/VOICE/SONG PIANO

21 METRONOME 22 SUTSAIN 23 TOUCH 24 DSP

25 ONE TOUCH SETTING

-BANK -STORE -M1-M6 26 DIAL/[+/YES]/[-/NO]

MODULATION

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LCD Display
A.B.C 12 2 SPLIT 13 3 PORTAMENTO 14 4 MODULATION 15 TEMPO/MEASURE/BEAT 16 DUAL 17 7 TOUCH 18 8 MELODY OFF 19 9 SUSTAIN 10 CHORD 11 M1/M2/M3/M4/M5/M6/O.T.S
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DSP VOICE LR12/STYLE/SONG TREBLE CLEF BASS CLEF RECORD PLAY/STOP ACCOMP/CLEAR MELODY 1/2/3/4

The Connectors
Using the AC power jack

Ensure the piano is turned off when connecting and disconnecting the power. Connect the power cable to the AC power jack on the underside of the piano body.

POWER

ON OFF

Turn the volume switch anti-clockwise to reach the minimum volume level.

Plug the power cable into an AC power outlet.

If you have done the above procedures you are now safe to turn on the piano. Caution: When the piano is not in use or in the time of thunderstorm, please disconnect the power for safety sake.

Using Headphones
An optional set of stereo headphones can be connected to the headphones jack located on the left underside of the piano body. When a pair of headphones is connected to the jack, the internal speakers will switch off automatically. Caution:

Never use the headphone with high volume, as it may damage your sense of hearing. To prevent the damage of the speakers, ensure that the volume is set to the minimum level before connecting the power and other devices.

Using the AUX.OUT jack


Connect the rear-panel AUX.OUT jack to amplified speakers, amplifiers or domestic hi-fi-units for external amplification.

Note: Connect both left(L) and right(R) channels for the stereo result. If you only connect either one of the channels, the connected channel will only take effect.
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The Connectors
Using the Foot Pedals
Connect the plug of the foot pedal unit to the pedal jack on the rear panel. You will experience the sustain effect.

Using the MIDI IN/OUT Jack


MIDI stand for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. MIDI is a world wide standard that makes it possible for various electronic musical instruments and other devices.

MIDI IN:

Data transmitted from other MIDI instrument via MIDI is received at this terminal. via MIDI from this terminal.

MIDI OUT: Data produced by the Digital Piano is transmitted to other MIDI instruments

Basic Operation
Power Switch & Volume

Turn the [POWER] switch on.The LCD display lights up.


POWER ON OFF

Use the volume control switch to adjust the volume to your desired level

Note:
If the LCD display does not light up after you turned on the piano, please check the power supply. If the piano is silent, the volume may be adjusted to its minimum level.

Select Key-VOICE/STYLE/SONG

Press [VOICE/STYLE/SONG] button can change the mode between VOICE, STYLE and SONG.
STYLE / VOICE SONG

The default mode is VOICE when power on.

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Basic Operation
Demonstration
There are 8 Demos at all (see Appendix 3)

Play Demo
Press [DEMO] button to DEMO mode, the DEMO flag is lightened on LCD, and hold the [DEMO] button over 3 seconds, it will play the current demo repeatedly, and all the demos play one by one. LCD displays the demo's name and number.

DEMO

Set Demo
When demo is playing,you can select new demo by using [+/YES]/[-/NO] botton,then the new demo is played immediately.

/ NO

/ YES

Use tempo tap or [TEMPO+]/[TEMPO-] to change the playing tempo


ACCOMP VOLUME ACCOMP VOLUME

TEMPO

TEMPO

Stop Demo
Press [DEMO] again or press [START/STOP] to stop playing the demo.
START / STOP DEMO

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Vocies and Effects


Voice Selecting

1 2

Voice numeber
142 voice at all (Appendix 1), including 128 GM voice, 12 Chinese voices, and 2 percussion voices.

Voice setting
The default VOICE R1 is No.001; LCD displaysVOICE R1and the voice name. Press [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or use dial to select the voice wanted.

STYLE / VOICE SONG

/ NO

/ YES

Use 20 voice direct select keys to select the voice with direct voices in each botton (upper & nether) Note When change the voice, pay attention to the rules: If press the same button, the voice will be changed between upper and nether. If one direct button is the upper (nether) voice, the voice is also the upper(nether) when pressing other direct bottons.

How to use the Data Dial


The Data Dial is undoubtedly the easiest way to select a voice. Simply rotate the dial clockwise to increment or counter-clockwise to decrement.

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Vocies and Effects


Dual Voice

1 2 3

Press [DUAL] button to turn on the DUAL VOICE, when VOICE R1 is lightened off , VOICE R2 and dual flag are both lightened. The dual voice name is also displayed on the LCD. Press [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or the dial to select the dual voice number. The default dual voice number is No. 50: Strings2. Press [DUAL] button again to turn off the DUAL VOICE.

DUAL

/ NO

/ YES

Split/lower Voice

1 2 3

You can split the keyboard to right and left area in this function. Press [LOWER VOICE] button to turn on the lower voice. LCD lights the lower voice flag and displays VOICE L and the lower voice name. Press [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or the dial to select the lower voice number. The default lower voice number is No. 50: Strings2. Press [LOWER VOICE] button again to turn off the lower voice.

SPLIT / LOW VOICE

/ NO

/ YES

Split point

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Vocies and Effects


Sustain

1 2

Press [SUSTAIN] button to turn on the sustain effect with the lights of sustain flag on LCD. In this mode, the keyboard has the sustain effect. Press [SUSTAIN] button again to turn off the sustain effect. Sustain flag darks on LCD.
SUSTAIN

Note: When the pedal is set as the sustain pedal (see in function), the sustain pedal's effect is stronger than the [SUSTAIN] button.

DSP effect
The effect is set to ON when keyboard power on. Press [DSP] button to turn off the DSP effect.
DSP

Touch response

1 2

The original sound will be dark into 4 different levels by changing of touch response numbers 1 to 4. Touch response is on when touch response indicator is on. Press [TOUCH] button to change the touch response number to 1,2,3 and off.

TOUCH

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Vocies and Effects


Portamento/Modulation
Press the [PORTAMENTO/MODULATION] BUTTON to portamento or modulation mode.

Portamento mode
In portamento mode, press and hold the [PORTAMENTO/MODULATION] button, and the portamento flag on LCD is lightened. Play the keyboard note consecutively from one note to another. Release the [PORTAMENTO] button to quit portamento mode.
PORTAMENTO MODULATION

Modulation mode
Press and hold [portamento/modulation] button. The modulation effect will be on when playing the keyboard. Release the button to stop the modulation effect.
PORTAMENTO

MODULATION

Piano
Press [PIANO] button to the piano mode, then LCD displays PIANO and the A.B.C mode is turned off automatically. Press [PIANO] again to quit the piano mode.

PIANO

Note In PIANO mode, press [DEMO],[VOICE DIRECT KEY], [SONG] button and load the memory will quit the PIANO mode. In PIANO mode, the style can be selected and played with the only choice of drum. In PIANO mode, you cannot record.

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Playing the Styles


Select a style
There are 100 styles, from 001 to 100. The default style is 001. Press [Style/Voice/Song] button to the style mode. LCD lights the style flag and displays the style name.

Press [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or use dial to select the style you want.

STYLE / VOICE SONG

/ NO

/ YES

Use 15 style direct select keys to select the style. Each button has 2 direct styles (upper & nether)
STYLES 01 8 Beat 1 07 16 Beat 1 15 Ballad 1 23 SlowRock 1 34 BigBand

85 Pianist
06 8 Beat Pop 46 Country 08 16 Beat 2 52 Bossa 1 22 Rock'N'R 57 Samba 1 29 Disco 1 38 Swing 1 63 Pop Reggae 66 Beguine

51 Bluegrass 73 March 1

55 Rhumba 1 79 Waltz 1

61 PopChaCha 92 XinJiang

64 Tango

69 Bounce

00 Custom

Name of Direct Select Styles

94 NeiMengGu 85 Pianist

76 Polka

80 SlowWaltz

93 YunNan

95 JiangNan

00 Custom

Note When changing the voice, pay attention to the rules: If press the same button, the style only will be changed between upper and nether. If one direct button is the upper (nether) style, the style is the same when pressing other direct bottons.

Style control

Start the style


Start button Use [START/STOP] button to start the style
START / STOP SYNC FILL-IN A FILL-IN B INTRO / ENDING

ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL

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Playing the Styles


SYNC Start: Beats on LCD flash simultaneously in current tempo when pressing [SYNC] botton. Press [INTRO/ENDING] button to inset INTRO. LCD lights the intro flag. The INTRO plays automatically when playing the keyboard at the same time.
START / STOP SYNC FILL-IN A FILL-IN B INTRO / ENDING

ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL

Note If A.B.C mode is off, playing any keys on keyboard can start the style. If A.B.C mode is on, playing on the chord area can start the style with the Auto Bass Chord.

Fill IN A/B
Choose the desired style and press the [START/STOP] button. In NORMAL mode, press [FILL IN A] button to insert 1 measure fill and LCD displays FILL A-A After returning to the NORMAL style, LCD displays MAIN A.
SYNC

In VARIATION, press [FILL IN B] button to insert 1 measure fill and LCD displays FILLB-B After returning to the VARIATION style. LCD displays MAIN B .

SYNC

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Playing the Styles


In NORMAL mode Press [FILL B] button to insert 1 measure fill. LCD displays FILL A-B after changing to the VARIATION style. LCD displays MAIN B temporarily.
FILL-IN B

In VARIATION mode Pres [FILL A] button to insert 1 measure fill. LCD displays FILLB-A after changing to the NORMAL style. LCD displays MAN A temporarily.
FILL-IN A

Stop the style


Stop button: Use [START/STOP] button to stop the style directly.
START / STOP SYNC FILL-IN A FILL-IN B INTRO / ENDING

ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL

Stop after ending: Press [INTRO/ENDING] button when the style is playing,the style will stop after the ENDING over.
START / STOP SYNC FILL-IN A FILL-IN B INTRO / ENDING

ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL

Accomp Volume
The LCD displays the ACCMOP volume within a range of 0 to 31. Adjust it by using [ACCOMP+]/[ACCOMP-] button.
ACCOMP VOLUME ACCOMP VOLUME

TEMPO

TEMPO

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Playing the Styles


Press [ACCOMP+] and [ACCOMP-] button simultaneously to turn off the ACCOMP volume. LCD displays OFF Accomp.
ACCOMP VOLUME ACCOMP VOLUME

TEMPO

TEMPO

Press [ACCOMP+] and [ACCOMP-] button simultaneously again to turn on the ACCOMP volume.

A.B.C modeAuto bass chord


To turn on the A.B.C mode, press A.B.C button. In this mode, the keys below spilt point are the CHORD area.
A.B.C.

You can change the chords of the accompaniment by playing keys using either Single Finger or Fingered method. Single Finger detect 1. Choose the desired style.( See appendix 2) 2. Press the [START/STOP] button to start to playback the style. 3. Play the chords by following the Single Finger Chord table The examples of Single Finger Chord C, Cm, C7 and Cm7 are shown as follows: C Major [M]:To play a major chord: Press the root note of the chord. Cm Minor[m]:To play a minor chord: press the root note together with any black key to the left of it. C7:To play a seventh chord: Press the root note together with any white key to the left of it. Cm7:To play a minor seventh chord: Press the note together with any white and black keys to the left of it. (Three keys altogether.)
C Cm C7 Cm7

Major[M]

Minor[m]

Seventh[7]

Minor Seventh[m7]

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Playing the Styles


Fingered detect Play the Fingered Chord on the keys below the Spilt point. 1.Choose your desired style.( See appendix 2) 2.Press the [START/STOP] button to start to playback the style. 3.Play the desired chords by following the Chord Chart in appendix 5. A total of 30 chords are provided as follows:

Tempo
Press either [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] button or the dial to change the tempo and set the default tempo. Press both [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO-] simultaneously to change back to the default tempo.
ACCOMP VOLUME ACCOMP VOLUME

TEMPO

TEMPO

Changed tempo restores to the default tempo if the playing style stops. If the pedal is set to PEDAL TAP (See in Function Menu), you can set your desired tempo by stepping the PEDAL.

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Function menu
The items which can be adjusted in function menu are as follows:
Adjust Item Transpose Tune Octave Beat Split Point Portamento LCD Display Transpos Tune Octave Beat Split Pt Portamen Adjust Range -12 12 -5050 -1 1 0,29 1 88 13 Default Value Unit 0 0 0 4 34 2 Sustain Halftone Semitone Octave Beat Key / /

Sustain Soft Memory Ped Sus t Ped Ped Sust Ped Soft Select Start/Stop Soft Ped Mem Ped Mem PedSt/S PedSt/S Ped Tap Ped Tap Tempo/Tap Key modulation/portamento Key PotM modulation/portame nto

Portamen

Note No action for 3 seconds after pressing the [FUNCTION] button, it will quit the function menu automatically.

Transpose
The keyboard can be tansposed within a range of 12 to +12 halftones. The default transpose setting is 000.

FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

Tune
The keyboard can be tuned within a range of -50 cents to +50 cents. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the tune value to the default. The default value is 000.
FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

Note 100 cents is equivalent to one semitones


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Function menu
Octave
The LCD displays the octave value. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] or the dial to change the octave value. This function can change the right area of keyboard from - 1 to 1 octaves. Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously will set the tune value to the default The default octave value is 000.
FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

Beat
The LCD displays the beat value. LCD displays XXX Beat. Use [+]/[-] button or the dial to change the beat number. The beat value includes 0, 2~9, 9 types at all. The default beat number is 4.
FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

Split point
The LCD displays the split point value. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] or the dial to change the split point. Press any keys on keyboard can also be used to change the split point. Play the keybaord again after setting the new spilt point. The default split point is 027.
FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

Note Keys below the split point is CHORD area.

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Function menu
Pedal assign
The LCD displays the type of pedal. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or the dial to change the assigned pedal It can be set as sustain pedal, soft pedal, start/stop pedal, and pedal tap or memory select pedal. The default pedal is the sustain pedal.

FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

Portamento type
Use [FUNCTION] button to the portamento type selecting. There are 3 types from 1~3(fast to slow). The default value is 2.

FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

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Function menu
Key portamnto/modulation assign
Press [FUNCTION] button to KEY Potm/Key Modudisplayed . use [+/YES]/[-/NO] button to select the PORTAMENTO or MODUATION mode, and the corresponding flag is lighten on LCD. The default KEY ASSIGN is set as the 001 PORTAMENTO.

FUNCTION

/ NO

/ YES

Mixer function
The volumes can be adjusted are as follows:
Adjust Item Oc1 Volume Oc2 Volume Oc3 Volume Voice1 Volume DualVolume Lower Volume Drum Volume Bass Volume Display Oc1 Vol Oc2 V ol Oc3 Vol Voice R1 Voice R2 Voice L Drum Vol Bass Vol Adjust Range 0-31 0-31 0-31 0-31 0-31 0-31 0-31 0-31 Default 28 28 28 30 20 12 28 28

Press [MIXER] repeatedly to adjust the items above, and use [+/YES]/[-/NO] or the dial to change the volume.
MIXER

/ NO

/ YES

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Custom style
You can create your style pattern by using the CUSTOM STYLE feature. The created pattern, which is two-measure length, is recalled anytime by pressing [CUSTOM STLE] button.

Reocording a custom style

While the [RECORD] button is being held down, press the [CUSTOM STYLE] button. The LCD displays the CUSTOM and 000 with four beats flashing simultaneously.
85 Pianist

00 Custom

RECORD

To start recording, press the [START/STOP] button or hit the key corresponding to the drum set sound.

START / STOP

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3 4

Play the percussion sounds to record your custom style. To end recording, press [START/STOP] button again.

START / STOP

Note Press [RECORD] button again to cancel a recorded custom pattern.

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Custom style
Clear a custom style
The two-recorded measures beats will be repeatedly played back so that you can record even a single instrument in several turns. If you want to erase an unnecessary instrument, you can clear it by using the following method. While the [ACCOMP/CLEAN] button is being held (CLEAR shown on the display), press the key corresponding to the instrument you want to clear.
ACCOMP / CLEAR

Playing a custom style


Once your original pattern is recorded, you can select and use it in your performance. To use it, press the [CUSTOM STYLE] button to select it and press the [START/STOP] button.
85 Pianist
START / STOP

00 Custom

Note When playing the Custom Style, the [A.B.C], [INTRO/ENDING], [FILL IN A] and [FILL IN B] buttons do not function.

Metronome
Press [METRONOME] button to turn on the metronome. TheBEAT lighten on LCD is voice metronome. Press [METRONOME] again to the beat metronome. To turn off the metronome mode, press [METRONOME] till no BEAT shown on LCD.

METRONOME

Note The metronome and style can play together. When the style is not playing, the beat plays as the setting beat. When the style is playing,the beat plays with the style by pressing [METRONOME] button.

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Recording
Record waiting

1 2

Press [RECORD] button, flashing four beats on LCD simultaneously indicates the record waiting status. The voice, style, memory and recording tracks can be selected in this status. After selecting the recording track, the relevant LCD(s) will flash and indicate that the track is ready for recording.

RECORD

Note Style 000 cannot be recorded. It will jump over the No.000. If it was style 000 when entering the recording waiting, the keyboard will shield ACCOMP track automatically. ACCOMP track and MELODY track can be recorded together and separately. But notice that 2 MELODY tracks cannot be recorded at the same time. If other tracks have the record data that are played while recording.

Record start
After setting all the settings in record waiting status and choosing the melody track, play the keyboard or press [START/STOP] button. It will start recording with the current tempo.

START / STOP

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Note Once starting recording , the original data in the track will be overwritten. If there has data in the ACCOMP track, the tempo is played as the ACCOMP track tempo. If there has no data in the ACCOMP track, then the MELODY tempo will be one of the MELODY track's tempo when the record melody is playing. The sequence is as follows: MELODY 4-> MELODY 3-> MELODY 2-> MELODY 1

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Recording
Record stop

Stop automatically
In the case the capacity is full, the record will be stop automatically. FULL displays on LCD. Press [INTRO/ENDING] button to stop recording in the end.
START / STOP SYNC FILL-IN A FILL-IN B INTRO / ENDING

ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROL

Stop manually
Press [RECORD] button again to stop recording immediately while recording is processing. When record track on LCD appears, it indicates that this track has record data and is ready to play.
RECORD

Record play

1 2 3

Press the melody track button. When the recorded melody track lights on the LCD, it indicates that the track is ready to play, then press [PLAY/STOP] button to start or stop playing the melody. When no track lights on the LCD after you press the melody track, it indicates that the melody track is empty.
PLAY / STOP

Record Delete

To clear all the recordings, press both [RECORD] and [PLAY/STOP] simultaneously.

RECORD

PLAY / STOP

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Song
There are 60 songs at all (see Appendix 4 Song List)

Start/stop the song


Press [STYLE/VOICE/SONG button to song mode, it will play all the 60 songs one by one. After pressing [START/STOP], [+/YES]/[-/NO] or [MELODY OFF] button, it will play the current song repeatedly.

MELODY OFF

STYLE / VOICE SONG

2 Song selecting
Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or the dial to select the song and change the song when the song is playing. Full name of the song will be scroll displayed on LCD and will be stopped at the abbreviated name.

/ NO

/ YES

In song mode, press [MELODY OFF] button can mute the melody track. The melody off flag lights on LCD.When the keyboard voice is automatically changed to the same voice as the melody track. customers can learn to play the songs by following the notes displayed on LCD. The original voice will be got back after quit the song mode.

MELODY OFF

STYLE / VOICE SONG

4 5

In song mode, use pedal tap can change the tempo. To be more convenience for the customers learning, there is 1 measure introductive beat before the song starts to play.
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Memory
Bank

1 2

There are 8 banks at all. Each bank has 6 memories (M1~M6). Press [BANK] button, the LCD displays 001 MEM BANK. Use [+/YES]/[-/NO] button or the dial to select the bank.

BANK

/ NO

/ YES

Store and Load

Press [STORE] and do not release it, press M1(or M2~M6) meanwhile. The data will store to the M1 (M2~M6), and LCD displays the memory number and Mem Stor
STORE

Press [+/YES] and [-/NO] simultaneously while DP600 powers on, the memory data will set as the default value. And it will clear the record data. Note If current data is not the same as the current memory data, the corresponding memory flag on LCD will flash.

Data store in memory

1 2 3 4

Vocie Data
Voice:VOICE R1, VOICE R2, and VOICE LOWER TOUCH NUMBER, DSP ON/OFF, SUSTAIN ON/OFF, PORTAMENTO TYPE, TRANSPOSE Voice effect VALUE, TUNE, OCTAVE

Accomp Data
STYLE NUMBER, TEMPO, BEAT, A.B.C ON/OFF, ACCOMP VOLUME, NORMAL/VARIATION STATUS.

Mixer volume
VOICE R1 VOLUME, VOICE R2 VOLUME, VOICE LOWER VOLUME, DRUM VOICE, BASS VOLUME, OC1, OC2, OC3 VOLUME. In memory pedal, it will change memory one by one by pressing the pedal each time.

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One touch setting


1
It can setup 4 groups O.T.S parameters to fit the current style including voice, style, and volume. Press [O.T.S] button, LCD displays the O.T.S flag. In this mode, the [M1]~[M4]button can load 4 groups of parameters for current style. LCD displays the current O.T.S number. [M5] and [M6] is no use in this mode.

O.T.S. M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6

ONE TOUCH SETTING

Note M1 and M2 are used for style NORMAL mode. M3 and M4 are used for style VARITION mode.

When O.T.S M1 or M2 loads, it will inset FILL in A. LCD displays FILL A-A and back to NORMAL style after one measure is over, it then displays MAIN A. When O.T.S M3 or M4 loads, it will inset FILL IN B. LCD displays FILL B-B and back to the VARIATION style after one measure is over, it then displays MAIN B.
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6

ONE TOUCH SETTING

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

ONE TOUCH SETTING

Note Press [O.T.S] button again in O.T.S mode to quit O.T.S mode. The parameters setting in O.T.S are as follows: VOICE R1, VOICE R2, DSP ON/OFF OCTAVE, VOICE R1 VOLUME VOICE R2 VOLUME.

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Pedal
Damper pedal
Use [FUNCTION ] button to set the pedal assign. (See in FUNCTION SELECT)
FUNCTION

Pedal sustain
If pedal assign is set as pedal sustain, it has the sustain effect when stepping the pedal. Turn off sustain effect when releasing the pedal.

Pedal soft

If pedal assign is set as pedal soft, it has the soft effect when stepping the pedal.

Pedal memory
If pedal assign is set as pedal mem, it will load the memory circularly when pressing the pedal each time.

Pedal start/stop
If pedal assign is set as pedal start/st, the pedal has the same function as [START/STOP] button.

Pedal tap
If pedal assign is set as pedal tap, the ACCOMP tempo will be set as last two beat tempo . If the tempo is larger (lower) than 280(30), the tempo should be set as 28030 .

Note If the time between two beats is over 3 seconds,the tap tempo is counted again.

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MIDI
What is MIDI

1 2 3

MIDI
Musical Instrument Digital Interface. The standard interface between PC and Electronic instrument. It is equipped with standard MIDI interface, including 1 MIDI IN and 1 MIDI OUT.

Connection
It can connect with PC or other MIDI equipment.

MIDI connection

Connection rule

In midi connection, the equipment which control another equipment is called Host equipment, while another is called affiliated equipment. The host equipment's MIDI OUT connect with affiliated equipment's MIDI IN Donot connect MIDI OUT with MIDI IN on the same equipment. Connect the MIDI interface with PC.

The method of connection

Connect the MIDI interface with the other MIDI interface.

MIDI applitcation

1 2 3

The keyboard control other equipment or electronic instrument. Other equipments control it. (See MIDI CHART for details of MIDI information on P.39) PC can record the play on it.

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Specifications
Keyboard Voice Style Demo Song Max, Polyphony Display Switch and Buttons
88 hammer action keys, 3 kind of touch level 142 Voices 100 Styles 8 Demos and 60 Songs 38-note Polyphony (max) Multi functional LCD display with blue backlit POWER SWITCH, VOLUME CONTROL,STYLE/VOICE/SONG, DUAL, OTS,DEMO, TOUCH, DIAL, TEMPO,ACCOMP VOLUME, NUMERIC KEYPAD, SPLIT, METRONOME, BANK,STORE, MEMORY 1-6,PIANO,FUNCTION,MIXER,SUTSAIN,TOUCH,DSP PORTAMENTO/MODULATION/MELODY OFF START/STOP, SYNC, INTRO/ENDING, FILL-IN A, FILL-IN B RECORD,PLAY/STOP4 Melody tracks and 1accompaniment track ACCOMP/CLEAR, MELODY 1-4 48 Memory Storage TRANSMIT, RECEIVE, 16 MIDI TERMINALS a.c POWER, HEADPHONES, AUX.OUT, MIDI IN/OUT, 220V 8 25w x 2 1380 x 520 x 830MM 59kg 3 PEDALS

Accompaniment Control Record function Sequencer Panel Memory MIDI Connectors Voltage Speaker Dimension Weight

Trouble shooting
PROBLEM
No keyboard sound and LCD display has not lightened up. No keyboard sound when LCD display is lightened up.

CAUSE
1. Power supply problem 2. Power is not turned on. 1. The volume level is set to the minimum level. 2. Headphones are inserted into the jack. 1. The volume level is set to the minimum level. 2. The RHYTHM in the MIXER Volume Control is too low or is muted. 1. The volume level is too low. 2. Only either one of the left or right channel is connected.

SOLUTION
1. Correctly connect the power cable. 2. Set the power switch to ON position. 1. Adjust the volume to a higher level. 2. Disconnect the headphone from the headphone jack. 1. Adjust the volume to a higher level. 2. There is no sound when adjusting the RHYTHM track to a higher level,then press both the INCREASE and DECREASE volume buttons of the RHYTHM track to re-open it. 1. Adjust the volume to a higher level. 2. Connect both the left(L) and right(R) channels for the stereo result.

No rhythm sound when the beat indicators appeared on the display in style mode.

There is no sound output from the external amplifier speakers or the sound is mono.

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Appendix 1-Voice List

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Appendix 2-Style List

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Appendix 3-Demo List

Appendix 4-Song List

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Appendix 5-Chord chart


Chord Name [Abbreviation]
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Major[M] Major sixth [6] Major seventh [M7] Major seventh sharp Eleventh [M7#11] Major add ninth [Madd9] Major ninth [M9] Major sixth add ninth [6 9] augmented [aug] Minor [m] Minor sixth [m6] Minor seventh [m7] Minor seventh flatted fifth [m7b5] Minor add ninth [madd9] Minor ninth [m9] Minor eleventh [m11] Minor major seventh [mM7] Minor major ninth [mM9] Diminished [dim] Diminished seventh [dim7] Seventh [7] Seventh suspended Fourth [7sus4] Seventh flatted Fifth [7b5] Seventh Ninth [79] Seventh sharp eleventh [7#11] Seventh thirteen [7 13] Seventh flatted Ninth [7b9] Seventh flatted Thirteen [7b13] Seventh sharp ninth [7#9] Major Seventh augmented [M7aug] Seventh augmented [7 aug] Suspended Fourth [sus4] One plus two plus five [1+2+5]

Normal Voicing
1-3-5 1-(3)-5-6 1-3-(5)-7 1-(2)-3-#4-(5)-7 1-2-3-5 1-2-3-(5)-7 1-2-3-(5)-6 1-3-#5 1-b3-5 1-b3-5-6 1-b3-(5)-b7 1-b3-b5-b7 1-2-b3-5 1-2-b3-(5)-b7 1-(2)-b3-4-5-(b7) 1-b3-(5)-7 1-2-b3-(5)-7 1-b3-b5 1-b3-b5-6 1-3-(5)-b7 1-4-5-b7 1-3-b5-b7 1-2-3-(5)-b7 1-2-3-#4-(5)-b7 or 1-(2)-3-#4-5-b7 1-b2-3-(5)-b7 or 2-3-5-6-b7 1-b2-3-(5)-b7 1-3-5-b6-b7 (1)-#2-3-(5)-b7 1-3-#5-7 (1)-3-#5-b7 1-4-5 1-2-5

Chord
C C6 CM7 CM7#11 Cmadd9 Cm9 C6 9 Caug Cm Cm6 Cm7 Cm7b5 Cmadd9 Cm9 Cm11 CmM7 CmM9 Cdim Cdim7 C7 C7sus4 C7b5 C7 9 C7#11 C7 13 C7b9 C7b13 C7#9 CM7aug C7aug Csus4 C1+2+5

Display
C C6 CM7 CM7#11 Cm(9) CM(9) C6(9) Caug Cm Cm6 Cm7 Cm7b5 Cm(9) Cm7(9) Cm7(11) CmM7 CmM7(9) Cdim Cdim7 C7 C7sus4 C7b5 C7(9) C7(#11) C7(13) C7(b9) C7(b13) C7(#9) CM7aug C7aug Csus4 C

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Appendix 6-MIDI Chart


Function
Basic Default Channel Changed Default Mode Message Altered Note Number : True voice Velocity : Note on Note off After keys Touch Chs Pitch Bend Control 0 1 5 7 10 11 64 65 66 67 80 81 91 93 120 121 123 Program Change : true System Exclusive : Song Position : Song Select Common : Tune System : Clock RealTime : Commands Aux : LOCAL ON/OFF System

Transmitted
1 ch 1 -16 ch ** ********* 1 2-120 ***********

Recognized
1-16 ch 1-16 ch 3 0 127 0 127

Remarks

*********** Mode 2 : OMNI ON , MONO Mode 4 : OMNI OFF , MONO

0 127 : YE S : NO

Bank select Modulation Portamento time Volume Pan Expression Sustain Pedal Portamento on/off Sostenuto Pedal Soft Pedal Reverb Program Chorus Program Reverb Level Chorus Level ALL SOUND OFF Reset all controllers All notes off

Mode 1: OMNI ON , POLY Mode 3: OMNI OFF , POLY

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