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: PSR-225GM. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of psr225gme.pdf has 121 pages with the file size of 3.2Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Brand:Yamaha
Category: Musical Instruments
Model:PSR-225GM
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 3.2Mb / 121 pages
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PDF File Information

Producer: Acrobat Distiller 4.05 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Sat Jul 7 13:45:41 2001
ModDate: Thu Jul 1 11:30:41 2004
Tagged: no
Pages: 121
Encrypted: no
Page size: 595 x 822 pts
File size: 3283481 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.4

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • Cover

  • PRECAUTIONS

  • Main Features

  • Contents

  • PANEL CONTROLS AND TERMINALS

    • Front Panel
    • Rear Panel
  • SETTING UP

    • POWER REQUIREMENTS
    • TURNING ON THE POWER
    • ACCESSORY JACKS
  • Quick Guide — How to Use Your New PSR-225 PortaTone

    • Step1 Voices
    • Step2 Auto Accompaniment
    • Step3 Chord Guide
    • Step4 Songs
    • Step5 Function Parameters
    • Step6 MIDI
  • PANEL DISPLAY INDICATIONS

    • Music Stand
  • PORTABLE GRAND

    • PLAYING THE PORTABLE GRAND
    • USING THE METRONOME
      • Setting the Metronome Time Signature
      • Adjusting the Metronome Volume
  • PLAYING VOICES — THE VOICE MODE

    • PLAYING A VOICE — MAIN VOICE
      • About Panel Voices and GM Voices
      • Drum Kit Voice Chart (voices 101 - 110)
      • Function Parameters — Main Voice
    • TRANSPOSE AND TUNING
      • Transpose
      • Tuning
    • PLAYING TWO VOICES — DUAL VOICE
      • Function Parameters — Dual Voice
    • PLAYING TWO VOICES — SPLIT VOICE
      • Function Parameters — Split Voice
    • ADDITIONAL VOICE FUNCTIONS — VOICE SET AND TOUCH SENSITIVITY
      • Function Parameters — Voice Set and Touch Sensitivity
  • EFFECTS

    • REVERB
    • CHORUS
    • DSP
    • HARMONY
      • Function Parameters — Effects
        • • Effect Types
  • AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT — THE STYLE MODE

    • SELECTING A STYLE AND PLAYING THE ACCOMPANIMENT
    • ACCOMPANIMENT CONTROLS
    • USING THE AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT FEATURES
    • CHANGING THE TEMPO
    • ACCOMPANIMENT SECTIONS (MAIN A, MAIN B AND FILL-INS)
    • ADJUSTING THE ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME
    • USING AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT — MULTI FINGERING
      • Single Finger Chords
      • Fingered Chords
    • SETTING THE ACCOMPANIMENT SPLIT POINT
      • Function Parameter — Accompaniment Split Point
    • WHAT IS A CHORD?
    • WRITING CHORD NAMES
      • The Intervals of the Scale
      • Other Chords
    • CHORD GUIDE
      • Dictionary
      • Smart
        • • Smart Chord List
      • EZ Chord
      • EZ Chord — Playback
        • • Bank Chain
      • EZ Chord — Recording
        • • Recording a Space
        • • Playing the Accompaniment During EZ Chord Recording
        • • HINT — Using Spaces
      • Clearing an EZ Chord Bank
  • ONE TOUCH SETTING (OTS)

    • ONE TOUCH SETTING — USER
      • Recording a User One Touch Setting
      • Recalling a User One Touch Setting
        • Selecting a User Bank
    • ONE TOUCH SETTING — PRESET
      • Selecting a Preset One Touch Setting
  • SELECTING AND PLAYING SONGS — THE SONG MODE

    • SELECTING AND PLAYING A SONG
    • CHANGING THE TEMPO
    • ABOUT THE BEAT DISPLAY
    • ADJUSTING THE SONG VOLUME
  • SONG RECORDING

    • RECORDING A USER SONG — REALTIME RECORDING
      • • Using the Metronome
      • • Additional Operations
    • RECORDING A USER SONG — STEP RECORDING
      • Recording Notes
        • • Additional Operations
      • Replacing a Note or Rest
      • Entering Velocity Curves
        • • Velocity Curve Chart
    • CLEARING A SONG
  • FOOTSWITCH

    • Footswitch Assign Functions
  • MIDI FUNCTIONS

    • WHAT IS MIDI?
      • Channel Messages
      • System Messages
        • • MIDI Terminals
    • CONNECTING TO A PERSONAL COMPUTER
    • FUNCTION PARAMETERS — MIDI
    • USING BULK DUMP SEND TO SAVE DATA
      • Saving Bulk Data
      • Loading Bulk Data
    • USING INITIAL SETUP SEND WITH A SEQUENCER
      • Sending Initial Setup Data
  • TROUBLESHOOTING

  • DATA BACKUP & INITIALIZATION

  • INDEX

  • SONG SCORES (EZ Chord banks 1, 2)

  • VOICE LIST

  • STYLE LIST

  • DRUM KIT LIST

  • MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART

  • SPECIFICATIONS