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 one product model as follows: MU100. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of mu100e1.pdf has 178 pages with the file size of 4417815. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Brand:Yamaha
Category: Musical Instruments
Model:MU100
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 4.2 Mb / 178 pages
Support:

PDF File Preview

PDF File Information

Title: SoundListHyoushi.pm6
Author: Maruyama
Creator: PageMaker 6.0
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 3.01 for Power Macintosh
CreationDate: Wed Sep 30 12:05:57 1998
ModDate: Tue Jul 29 21:56:13 2003
Tagged: no
Pages: 178
Encrypted: no
Page size: 515 x 728 pts
File size: 4417815 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.5

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • MU100 OWNER'S MANUAL

  • Welcome to the MU100

  • Unpacking

  • Table of Contents

  • How to Use This Manual

  • PRECAUTIONS

  • The Controls of the MU100

    • Front Panel
    • Rear Panel
  • The MU100 - What It Is and What It Can Do

    • What It Is...
      • About General MIDI
      • About XG format
    • What It Can Do...
      • Using With a MIDI Keyboard
      • Using with the XG Plug-in System
      • Using With a Computer or Sequencer
    • About the Modes of the MU100
      • Play Modes and the Part Controls
      • Part Edit Mode
      • Utility Mode
  • Modes and Function Tree

  • GUIDED TOUR

    • Setting Up Your MU100
      • What You'll Need
      • Making the Connections
    • Powering Up
    • Playing the Demo Song
    • Setting Up the MU100 in Your Music System
      • Connecting to MIDI Devices
      • Connecting Directly to a Computer
        • Macintosh and Compatibles
        • IBM PC/AT and Compatibles
    • Selecting and Playing the Performances
      • Calling Up the Performance Play Mode and Playing the Performances
    • Selecting and Playing Individual Voices
      • Calling Up the XG Mode
      • Selecting Voice Banks and Voices From the Panel
      • Selecting Voices From a MIDI Keyboard
    • Editing in the Multi Mode
      • Single Part Controls
        • Changing the Volume and Pan settings of a Part
          • On Your Own...
      • Edit Menu Parameters
        • Changing the Filter and EG Settings of a Part
          • On Your Own...
      • Editing Drum Voices - with the Drum Setup Controls
        • Making Changes to Individual Drum Sounds - the "Drum" Parameters
          • On Your Own...
    • Editing in the Performance Mode
      • All Part Controls
      • Transposing the Overall Key of a Performance
      • Single Part Controls - Selecting Different Voices for the Performance
        • On Your Own...
      • Edit Menu Parameters - Creating a Two-Voice Layer
      • Setting Up a Keyboard Split
        • On Your Own...
      • Using the Assignable Controller in a Performance
      • Saving Your Original Performance
    • Assignable Controller (AC1)
      • Controllers and Control Numbers
      • Control Numbers and the Actual Sound
      • Assigning the Assignable Controller
      • Using the Assignable Controller - Setting Up
      • Using the Assignable Controller - Some Applications
        • Changing the Brightness on a Piano Voice
        • Expressive Volume Control of a Part
        • Expressive Control of Individual Drum Sounds
          • On Your Own...
    • Effects
      • Using Reverb and Chorus
      • Applying Distortion to a Part - Using the Variation Effects
    • Equalizer (EQ)
      • Adjusting the Tone of a Specific Part - Part EQ
      • Adjusting the Overall Tone - Multi EQ
    • Mute/Solo
      • Using Mute/Solo
    • A/D Input
      • Using the A/D Input
    • Data Flow Block Diagram
    • MIDI/ComputerConnectingCables
  • REFERENCE

    • Multi Mode
      • Part Controls
        • Single Part Control
        • All Part Control
      • Multi Edit Mode
        • Filter
        • Envelope Generator (EG)
        • Equalizer (EQ)
        • Vibrato
        • Others
        • Drum Setup Controls
    • Performance Mode
      • Performance Part Control
        • All Part
        • Single Part
      • Performance Edit Mode
        • Common
        • Part
      • Copy and Store Operations
        • Copy
        • Store
        • Recall Function
    • Effect Edit Mode
      • Reverb (REV)
      • Chorus (CHO)
      • Variation (VAR)
      • Insertion 1, 2 (INS 1, 2)
      • About the Effect Connections - System and Insertion
    • Equalizer (Multi EQ) Edit
    • Utility Mode
      • System Functions (SYSTEM)
      • Dump Out Functions (DUMPOUT)
        • Saving and Restoring Data via MIDI
        • Saving and Restoring Data via TO HOST
      • Initialize Functions (INITIAL)
      • Demo Song Play (DEMO)
    • Sound Module Mode (MODE)
    • Miscellaneous Functions
      • Show Control Change
      • Show Exclusive
  • APPENDIX

    • Installing the Optional XG Plug-in System
      • Introducing the XG Plug-in System
        • Plug-in versatility like never before
        • XG Plug-in System Integration
        • The Boards of the XG Plug-in System
        • Introducing the XGworks Plug-in System
      • Installation
        • Prior to Installation
          • Basic Information
          • Backing Up Data
          • The Performance Mode
        • Installing a Plug-in Board into the MU100
    • Troubleshooting
    • Error Messages
    • Specifications
    • Glossary
    • Index
      • A to M
      • N to V

More User Manuals for Yamaha MU100