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-A1000. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of psra1000e1.pdf has 156 pages with the file size of 9164217. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Brand:Yamaha
Category: Musical Instruments
Model:PSR-A1000
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 8.7 Mb / 156 pages
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  • PRECAUTIONS

  • Accessories

    • PA-300 AC Adaptor*
    • Floppy Disk [includes style files, song files and MIDI Driver (page138)]
    • Music Stand (page17)
    • Data List
    • Owner’s Manual
  • About this Owner’s Manual and Data List

  • Handling the Floppy Disk Drive (FDD) and Floppy Disk

    • Compatible Disk Type
    • Inserting/Ejecting Floppy Disks
      • To insert a floppy disk into the disk drive:
      • To eject a floppy disk:
    • Cleaning the Disk Drive Read/Write Head
    • About the Floppy Disks
      • To handle floppy disks with care:
      • To protect your data (Write-protect Tab):
      • Data backup
  • About the Display Messages

  • Application Index

    • Multi Pads
    • SCALE SETTING/ SCALE MEMORY
  • What can you do with the PSR-A1000?

    • SONG
    • DEMO
    • STYLE
    • DIGITAL RECORDING
    • LCD
    • SCALE TUNING
    • TO HOST terminal
    • VOICE
  • Setting Up the PSR-A1000

    • 2 Adjusting the display contrast
    • 3 Setting the volume
  • Panel Controls and Terminals

  • Quick Guide

    • Playing the Demos
    • Song Playback
      • Playback of Songs
    • Playing Voices
      • Playing a Voice
      • Playing Two Voices Simultaneously
      • Playing Different Voices with the Left and Right Hands
    • Playing Styles
      • Playing a style
      • Style Sections
        • Accompaniment Structure
    • Playing with the Songs
      • Playing Along with the PSR-A1000
      • Recording
    • Setting an Oriental Scale
  • Basic Operations — Organizing Your Data

    • Example — Open/Save display for Voice
    • Selecting Files and Folders
    • File/Folder-related Operations
      • Naming Files/Folders
      • Moving Files/Folders
      • Copying Files/Folders
      • Deleting Files/Folders
      • Saving Files
      • Organizing Files by Creating a New Folder
      • Displaying Upper Level pages
      • Entering Characters and Changing Icons
        • Entering Characters
          • Entering special character marks (umlaut, accent)
          • Entering miscellaneous characters (marks)
          • Entering numbers
        • Changing the Icon
    • Using the [DATA ENTRY] Dial
      • Adjusting values
      • Selecting items
    • Direct Access — Instant Selection of Displays
    • Help Messages
    • Using the Metronome
    • Adjusting the Tempo
      • Tap Tempo
        • Tempo Indications — MAIN Display
  • Reference

  • Playing the Demos

  • Voices

    • Selecting a Voice
    • Layer/Left — Playing Several Sounds Simultaneously
      • Layer — Layering Two Different Voices
      • Left — Setting Separate Voices for the Left and Right Sections of the Keyboard
    • Applying Voice Effects
      • TOUCH
      • SUSTAIN
      • DSP
      • VARIATION
      • HARMONY/ECHO
      • MONO
      • LEFT HOLD
    • PITCH BEND Wheel
    • Adjusting the Octave setting
  • Styles

    • Playing a style
      • Playing a Style’s Rhythm Channels only
      • Adjusting the Volume Balance/Channel Muting
    • Chord Fingerings
    • Arranging the Style Pattern (SECTIONS: MAIN A/B/C/D, INTRO, ENDING, BREAK)
      • Stopping the Style Playback While Releasing Keys (SYNC. STOP)
      • Selecting Intro and Ending Types (INTRO/ENDING)
      • Playing Fill-in patterns automatically when changing accompaniment sections — Auto Fill In
  • The Multi Pads

    • Playing the Multi Pads
    • Chord Match
    • Multi Pad Edit
  • Song Playback

    • Compatible Song Types
    • Song Playback
      • Playing the Internal Songs
      • Playing Back Songs on Disk
      • Other Playback-related Operations
        • Repeat / Rewind / Fast forward
        • Adjusting the Volume Balance / Muting Specific Channels
    • Muting Specific Parts — Track1/Track2/Extra Tracks
    • Repeat Playback of a Specific Range
    • Displaying the Lyrics
  • Using Oriental Scales – Scale Setting/Scale Tuning/Scale Memory

    • Setting an Oriental Scale — Scale Setting
    • Adjusting the Scale Tuning — Scale Tuning
      • Scale
        • Equal Temperament
        • Bayat/Rast
        • Pure Major/Pure Minor
        • Pythagorean
        • Mean-Tone
        • Werckmeister/Kirnberger
    • Memorizing the Scale Setting – Scale Memory
    • Saving Your Scale Settings
    • Recalling the Scale Setting
  • Saving and Recalling Custom Panel Setups — Registration Memory

    • Registering Panel Setups — Registration Memory
      • Saving Your Registration Memory Setups
    • Recalling a Registration Memory Setup
      • Recalling the Registered Settings
      • Selecting the Freeze Settings
  • Editing Voices — Sound Creator

    • Operation
    • Sound Creator Parameters
      • COMMON
      • SOUND
        • FILTER
        • EG
        • VIBRATO
      • EFFECT
      • HARMONY
  • Recording Your Performances and Creating Songs — Song Creator

    • About Song Recording
      • Quick Recording (page84)
      • Multi Recording (page85)
      • Step Recording (page87)
      • Song Editing (page93)
      • Quick Recording
        • When creating a new song:
        • Play back your new song
      • Multi Recording
        • When creating a new song:
      • Recording Individual Notes — Step Record
        • Operation
          • Measure/Beat/Clock
          • Velocity
          • Gate Time
        • Recording Melodies — Step Record (Note)
          • Play back the newly created melody
        • Recording Chord Changes for the Auto Accompaniment — Step Record (Chord)
          • Entering Chords and Sections (Chord Step)
            • Play back the newly created chord progression
      • Select the Recording Options: Starting, Stopping, Punching In/Out — Rec Mode
      • Editing a Recorded Song
        • Editing Channel-related Parameters — Channel
          • Quantize
            • About Quantize Size
          • Delete
          • Mix
          • Channel Transpose
          • Set Up
        • Editing Note Events — 1 - 16
        • Editing Chord Events — CHD
        • Editing System Events — SYS/EX. (System Exclusive)
        • Inputting and Editing Lyrics
        • Customizing the Event List — Filter
  • Creating Accompaniment Styles — Style Creator

    • About Creating Accompaniment Styles
      • Realtime Recording (page101)
      • Step Recording (page102)
      • Assembling an Accompaniment Style (page103)
      • Editing the created Accompaniment Style (page104)
    • Style File Format
      • Operation
      • Realtime Recording — Basic
      • Step Recording
      • Assembling an Accompaniment Style —Assembly
      • Edit the Created Accompaniment Style
        • Change the Rhythmic Feel — Groove and Dynamics
          • Groove
          • Dynamics
        • Editing the Channel Data
          • Quantize
          • Velocity Change
          • Bar Copy
          • Bar Clear
          • Remove Event
        • Making Style File Format Settings —Parameter
          • Source Root/Chord
          • NTR (Note Transposition Rule) and NTT (Note Transposition Table)
          • High Key/Note Limit
          • RTR (Retrigger Rule)
  • Creating Multi Pad — Multi Pad Creator

    • Operation
    • Multi Pad Realtime Recording — Record
      • Start recording
      • Stop recording
    • Step Recording or Editing Multi Pads — Edit
  • Adjust the Volume Balance and Changing Voices — Mixing Console

    • Operation
      • About the parameters
    • Setting the Level Balance and Voice — Volume/Voice
    • Changing the Tone of the Voice — Filter
    • Changing Pitch-related Settings — Tune
    • Adjusting the Effects
      • Effect Structure
  • Making Global and Other Important Settings — Function

    • Operation
      • Adjusting the Pitch — Master Tune
        • Master Tune (page120)
      • Setting Song-related Parameters — Song Settings (page121)
      • Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters — Style Setting, Split Point, and Chord Fingering
        • Style Setting / Split Point (page122)
        • Chord Fingering (page123)
      • Making Settings for the Pedals and Keyboard — Controller
        • Pedal (page123)
        • Keyboard / Panel (page125)
      • Setting the Registration Sequence, Freeze, and Voice Set
        • Registration Sequence (page126)
        • Freeze (page126)
        • Voice Set (page127)
      • Setting Harmony and Echo (page127)
      • Making MIDI Settings
        • System (page129)
        • Transmit (page130)
        • Receive (page131)
        • Root (page131)
        • Chord Detect (page131)
      • Other Settings — Utility
        • Config 1 (page132)
        • Config 2 (page133)
        • Disk (page134)
        • Owner (page135)
        • System Reset (page135)
    • Fine Tuning the Pitch — Master Tune
      • Tuning the Overall Pitch — Master Tune
    • Setting Song-related Parameters — Song Settings
    • Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters — Style Setting, Split Point, and Chord Fingering
      • Setting Auto Accompaniment-related Parameters — Style Setting and Split Point
      • Setting the Fingering Method — Chord Fingering
    • Making Settings for the Pedals and Keyboard — Controller
      • Making Settings for the Pedals
        • Pedal-controllable Functions
      • Changing the Touch Sensitivity and Transpose — Keyboard/Panel
        • Keyboard Touch
        • Transpose Assign
    • Setting the Registration Sequence, Freeze, and Voice Set
      • Specifying the Order for Calling Up Registration Memory Presets — Registration Sequence
      • Maintaining Panel Settings — Freeze
      • Changing the Automatically Selected Voice Settings — Voice Set
    • Setting 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
        • When “Tremolo” is selected
        • When “Trill” is selected
      • About the Harmony Assignments
    • Setting the MIDI Parameters
      • Making Overall System Settings (Local Control, Clock, etc.) — System
        • Local Control
        • Clock, Transmit Clock, Receive Transpose, Start/Stop
          • Clock
          • Transmit Clock
          • Receive Transpose
          • Start/Stop
        • Message Switch
      • Transmitting MIDI Data — Transmit
      • Receiving MIDI Data — Receive
      • Setting Root Note Channels — Root
      • Setting Chord Channels — Chord Detect
    • Other Settings — Utility
      • Making Settings for Fade In/Out, Metronome, Parameter Lock, and Tap — CONFIG 1
        • Fade In Time, Fade Out Time, Fade Out Hold Time
        • Metronome
        • Parameter Lock
        • Tap Count
      • Making Settings for the Display and Voice Number Indication — CONFIG 2
      • Copying and Formatting Disks — Disk
      • Entering Your Name and Language Preference — Owner
      • Restoring the Factory-programmed Settings of the PSR-A1000 — System Reset
  • Using Your PSR-A1000 with Other Devices

    • 1 Using the Headphones (PHONES jack).
    • 2 Playing the sounds of the PSR-A1000 through an external audio system, and recording the sounds ...
    • 3 Using the Pedal (footswitch) or Foot Controller (FOOT PEDAL 1/2 jack)
    • 4 Connecting external MIDI devices (MIDI terminals)
    • 5 Connecting to a Computer (MIDI terminals/TO HOST terminal)
      • Using the TO HOST terminal
        • IBM-PC/AT (Windows)
        • Macintosh
      • Using the MIDI terminals
      • Using the USB terminal on your computer with a USB/MIDI interface (UX256/UX96, etc.)
    • What’s MIDI?
      • Example Keyboard Data
      • Channel Messages
      • MIDI channels
        • System Messages
    • What You Can Do With MIDI
    • Data Compatibility
    • Disk format
    • Sequence Format
      • SMF (Standard MIDI File)
      • ESEQ
      • XF
      • Style File
    • Voice Allocation Format
      • GM System Level 1
      • XG
      • DOC
  • Troubleshooting

  • Specifications

  • Index

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