Owner's Manual Summary

The manual was written in by Yamaha. The language is listed as follows: Owner's Manual English. The manual is applied to the following two product models as follows: CLP-150, CLP-170. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of clp170e1.pdf has 124 pages with the file size of 4093994. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Category: Digital Piano
Model:CLP-150, CLP-170
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 3.9 Mb / 124 pages

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  • Introduction

      • About this Owner’s Manual and Reference Booklet
    • Table of contents
    • Application Index
    • Handling the Floppy Disk Drive(FDD) and Floppy Disk (CLP-170)
      • Precautions
      • Compatible Disk Type
      • Inserting/Ejecting Floppy Disks
      • To eject a floppy disk:
      • Cleaning the Disk Drive Read/Write Head
      • About the Floppy Disks
    • Maintenance
      • Tuning
      • Transporting
    • Included Accessories
    • Features
    • Before Using the Clavinova
      • About the key cover
      • About the music stand
      • About the music braces
      • Turning the power on
      • Adjusting the display contrast
      • Setting the volume
      • Using headphones
  • Basic Operation

    • Part Names
      • Top panel
      • Connectors
    • Listening to the Demonstration Tunes
      • Demonstration tunes
    • Listening to 50 Piano Preset Songs
      • Playing the 50 piano preset songs
        • Adjusting the tempo
        • Fast forward and rewind
      • Practicing a one-hand part using 50 preset songs
    • Selecting and Playing Voices
      • Selecting Voices
        • If you select XG
      • Using the pedals
        • Damper (right) pedal
        • Sostenuto (center) pedal
        • Soft pedal (left)
      • Adding variation to the sound [BRILLIANCE]/[REVERB]/[CHORUS]
        • [BRILLIANCE]
        • [REVERB]
        • [CHORUS]
      • To enhance the acoustic realism of the sound ...[iAFC (Instrumental Active Field Control)] (CLP-170)
      • Combining two voices (Dual mode)
        • Dual mode using voices in different voice groups
        • Dual mode using voices in the same voice group
      • Splitting the keyboard range and playing two different voices (Split mode)
      • Using the metronome
        • Adjusting the tempo
    • Recording Your Performance
      • Recording a New Song
        • Recording to [TRACK 1]
        • Re-recording TRACK 1
        • Re-recording TRACK 1 partially
        • Recording to [TRACK2]
        • Recording to the third or more tracks [EXTRA TRACKS]
      • Other recording techniques
        • Adding data to or recording over an existing song
        • Changing a voice or tempo after recording
        • Adjusting the volume balance between playback and your performance [SONG BALANCE]
        • Recording in Dual or Split mode
    • Saving Recorded Songs and Handling the Files...[FILE]
      • Clavinova memory
      • Basic file operation
      • Saving recorded or other songs to Clavinova Storage memory...[SaveToMemory]
      • Saving recorded or other songs to floppy disk...[SaveToDisk] (CLP-170)
      • Deletes a song from the Clavinova’s save memory or (CLP-170 only) from a floppy disk...[DeleteSong]
      • Renaming a song...[RenameSong]
      • Copying data from one floppy disk to another...[CopyDisk] (CLP-170)
      • Formatting a floppy disk...[FormatDisk] (CLP-170)
      • Automatically open a song when the disk is inserted [FloppyDiskSongAutoOpen] (CLP-170)
      • Changing the type of characters on screen...[CharacterCode]
    • Playing Back Recorded Songs and Commercially-available Music Data
      • Playing back a song
      • Turning track playback on and off
      • Supported song data type
    • Connections
      • Connectors
      • Connecting a personal computer
        • Connection
        • Type of serial cables and connection pin assignments
        • Clavinova HOST SELECT switch setting
        • Connection
        • Clavinova HOST SELECT switch setting
        • Clavinova HOST SELECT switch setting
  • Detailed Settings

    • Detailed Settings
      • Parameter List
      • Making detailed settings
    • Detailed settings for recording and playback [SONG SETTING]
      • Correcting note timing [Quantize]
      • Specifying whether playback starts immediately along with the first voicing [QuickPlay]
      • Auditioning the channels [ChannelListen]
      • Deleting data from each channel [ChannelClear]
      • Specifying the range and playing back repeatedly [FromToRepeat]
      • Playing back the phrase specified by the phrase number [PhraseMark]
      • Playing back a song repeatedly [SongRepeat]
    • Detailed settings for the metronome METRONOME [SETTING]
      • Setting the metronome time signature [TimeSignature]
      • Setting the metronome volume level [MetronomeVolume]
      • Selecting the metronome voice [MetronomeSound]
    • Detailed settings for the voices [VOICE SETTING]
      • Setting the octave [Octave]*
      • Setting the volume level [Volume]*
      • Setting the position of right and left channels [Pan]*
      • Make fine adjustments to the pitch (only in Dual mode) [Detune]
      • Selecting the reverb type [ReverbType]
      • Setting the reverb depth [ReverbSend]*
      • Selecting the chorus type [Chorus Type]
      • Setting the chorus depth [ChorusSend]*
      • Setting the chorus on/off [ChorusOnOff]
      • Selecting the DSP type* [DSP Type (DSP)]
      • Setting the speed of the vibraphone vibrato effect* [VibeRotorSpeed]
      • Turning the vibraphone vibrato effect on/off* [VibeRotorOnOff (RotorOnOff)]
      • Setting the rotation speed of the rotary speaker* [RotarySpeed (Rot.Speed)]
      • Adjusting the depth of the DSP effect* [DSPDepth]
      • Adjusting the brightness of the sound* [Brightness]
      • Adjusting the resonance effect* [HarmonicContent (Harmonic)]
      • Adjusting the low-range frequency of the equalizer* [EQLowFreq. (EQ L.Freq)]
      • Adjusting the low-range gain (amount of boost/cut) of the equalizer* [EQLowGain]
      • Adjusting the high-range frequency of the equalizer* [EQHighFreq. (EQ H.Freq)]
      • Adjusting the high-range gain (amount of boost/cut) of the equalizer* [EQHighGain]
      • Setting the touch sensitivity [TouchSense]*
      • Setting the right pedal function [RPedal]
      • Setting the center pedal function [MPedal]
      • Setting the left pedal function [LPedal]
      • Setting the auxiliary pedal function [AuxPedal]
    • Detailed settings for iAFC [iAFC SETTING] (CLP-170)
      • Selecting the iAFC type [iAFC Type]
      • Adjusting the iAFC depth [iAFC Depth]
      • Calibration (automatic adjustment) [Calibration]
      • Restoring the default iAFC settings [iAFC Default]
      • About MIDI
      • Setting the MIDI transmit channel [MidiOutChannel]
      • Setting the MIDI receive channel [MidiInChannel]
      • Setting Local control on/off [LocalControl]
      • Selecting performance from the keyboard or song data for MIDI transmission [MidiOutSelect]
      • Selecting a type of data received via MIDI [ReceiveParameter]
      • Selecting a type of data transmitted via MIDI [TransmitParameter]
      • Transmitting the initial settings on the panel [InitialSetup]
      • Executing voice data bulk dump [VoiceBulkDump]
    • Other settings
      • Selecting a touch response [TouchResponse]
      • Fine tuning the pitch [Tune]
      • Selecting a tuning curve for a piano voice [PianoTuningCurve]
      • Selecting a scale [Scale]
      • Specifying the Split Point [Split Point]
      • Changing the key [Transpose]
      • Adjusting the depth of the Soft pedal [SoftPedalDepth]
      • Depth of string resonance [StringResonanceDepth]
      • Depth of sustain sampling for the damper pedal [SustainSamplingDepth]
      • Specify the volume of the key- off sound [KeyOffSamplingDepth]
      • Selecting a pedal function for vibraphone [VibraphonePedalMode]
      • Assign the SONG [START/ STOP] function to the pedal [PedalStart/Stop]
      • Selecting a type of auxiliary pedal [AuxPedalType]
      • Setting the point at which the damper pedal starts to affect the sound [HalfPedalPoint]
      • Pitch bend range [PitchBendRange]
      • Switch the speaker on/off [Speaker]
      • Selecting items saved at shutdown [MemoryBackUp]
      • Restoring the normal (default) settings [FactorySet]
      • Other method for restoring the normal settings
    • Message List
    • Message Meaning
    • Message Meaning
    • Message Meaning
    • Message Meaning
    • Message Meaning
    • Message Meaning
    • Questions about Operations and Functions
      • The buttons do not respond.
      • The sound sustains and does not decay when I press the sostenuto pedal.
      • Higher or lower notes does not sound correctly when the transpose or octave setting is made.
      • How can I return to the recording or song select screen during song recording or playback?
      • The tempo does not change even though I recorded with tempo changes.
      • Performance in Dual or Split mode is not recorded. Track data is lost unexpectedly.
      • What type of data is recorded?
      • I cannot change the key signature in the song after recording.
      • How much data can I record?
      • The on/off setting of the pedal connected to the AUX PEDAL jack is reversed.
      • The song title is not correct.
      • What is the difference between “TouchSense” and “TouchResponse” MIDI data?
  • Appendix

    • Troubleshooting
    • Data Compatibility
      • Basic Check Points
      • Disk format (CLP-170)
      • Sequence Format
        • SMF (Standard MIDI File)
        • ESEQ
      • Voice Allocation Format
        • GM System Level 1
        • XG
        • DOC (Disk Orchestra Collection)
    • Preset Voice List
    • Voice Combination Examples (Dual and Split)
    • CLP-150: Keyboard Stand Assembly
    • CLP-170: Keyboard Stand Assembly
    • Index

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