Home | Manufacturer Directory | UPC Lookup | Wanted Manuals | Information Pages |
Register Login | Members Area |

Back to Casio Manuals Page       Model: WK-1600 Casio Music Keyboard
Regular Text Search or Search by Model Number

Register / log-in to add to your Hammerwall Collection.
Manual Location


Upload a pic of this item

This is a partial text extraction from the pdf, to download the pdf, click the Manual tab. If you want to search this text, hold control and F, and type the word you are looking for.

Page: 1

WK - 1800 WK - 1630 WK - 1600 USER'S GUIDE P I0 , t9 • • _ VI ' _ 1800 - E - 1
Page: 2

GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE UNIT IN THE U . S . A . ( not applicable to other areas ) . NOTICE This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device , pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules . These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation . This equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions , may cause harmful interference to radio communications . However , there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation . If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception , which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on , the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver . • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected . • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help . FCC WARNING Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment . Page 2
Page: 3

Welcome . . . To the happy family of satisfied CASIO electronic musical instrument owners ! To get the most out of the many features and functions of the keyboard , be sure to carefully read this manual and keep it on hand for future reference . Important ! When using batteries , be sure to replace them or shift to one of the alternate power sources whenever you notice any of the following symptoms . • Dim power supply indicator • Instrument does not turn on • Display that is flickering , dim , or difficult to read • Abnormally low speaker / headphone volume • Distortion of sound output • Occasional interruption of sound when playing at high volumes • Sudden power failure when playing at high volumes • Flickering or dimming of the dispaly when playing at high volume • Continued sound output even after you release a key • A totally different tone may sound • Abnormal rhythm pattern and demo tune play • Loss of power , sound distortion , or low volume when playing from a connected computer or MIDI device • Sudden power failure while reading from or writing to a diskette ( WK - 1800 only ) CASIO ELECTRONICS CO . , LTD . Unit 6 , u1000lar North Circ Road London NW2 7JD , U . K . This mark is valid in the EU countries only . Please keep all information for future reference .
Page: 4

• Do not cut or damage the power cord . Also Symbols do not place heavy objects on top of it or Various symbols are used in this operating manual and subject it to excessive heat . Damage to the on the product itself to ensure that the product is used power cord may cause fire or electrical safely and correctly , and to prevent injury to the user shock . and other persons as well as damage to property . Those • Do not attempt to shape the power cord or symbols along with their meanings are shown below . subject it to excessive bending , twisting or pulling . This may cause fire or electrical shock . ff / k _ WARNING • Please use the adaptor specified for this in - This indication stipulates matters that have the risk strument . Use of another adaptor may cause fire , electrical shock , or malfunction . of causing death or serious injury if the product is operated incorrectly while ignoring this indication . Do not locate the instrument or its stand on an uneven or unstable surface . / _ CAUTION • Locating the instrument or its stand on an uneven or unstable surface can cause it to This indication stipulates matters that have the risk fall , creating the danger of personal injury . of causing injury as well as matters for which there is the likelihood of occurrence of physical damage only Do not place containers containing water or other liq - if the product is operated incorrectly while ignoring uids on the instrument . this indication . • Do not place the following objects on the , 4N instrument Placing such objects on the in - strument may cause fire or electrical shock Symbol Examples if they spill and get inside the instrmnent • Containers filled with water or other liq - user should be careful . ( The example at left uids ( including vases , potted plants , cups , / / _ This triangle symbol ( _ ) means that the indicates electrical shock caution . ) cosmetics and medicines ) • Small metal objects ( including hairpins , This circle with a line through it ( O ) means sewing needles and coins ) that the indicated action must not be per - • Flammable objects formed . Indications within or nearby this In the event a foreign object should happen ® symbol are specifically prohibited . ( The ex - to get inside the instrument , please take the ample at left indicates that disassembly is following actions : prohibited . ) 1 . Turn power off . 2 . Unplug the AC adaptor from the wall The black dot ( _ ) means that the indicated outlet . action must be performed . Indications within 3 . If there are any batteries loaded in the this symbol are actions that are specifically keyboard , remove them . instructed to be performed . ( The example at • Do not touch the batteries directly with left indicates that the power plug must be your hands when removing them . They unplugged from the electrical socket . ) may be hot or battery fluid may be leak - ing from them . , d _ WARNING 4 . Consult with the dealer where you pur - chased the keyboard or with an autho - Please use caution regarding the handling of the AC rized CASIO service provider . adaptor . Do not disassemble or modify the instrmnent . • Do not use a voltage other than the indi - cated power supply voltage . Use of a volt - • Never attempt of take apart or modify the instrument , its accessories , or separately age other than that indicated may cause fire or electrical shock . sold options . Doing so may cause fire , elec - trical shock or malfunction . Consult your • If the power cord should become damaged dealer concerning all inspection , adjustment ( exposed wires , disconnection , etc . ) , pur - or repair of internal components . chase a new AC adaptor . Use of a damaged power cord may cause fire or electrical shock . E - 2 733A E 004A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 01 ~ 07 Page2 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 5

Do not use if there is an abnormality or malfunction . z _ CAUTION • Do not use the instrument if there appear / _ to be abnormalities such as the presence of AC Adaptor smoke or abnormal odor . Also do not use • Do not locate the power cord in close prox - the instrument if there appear to be mal - hnity to heaters or other heating appliances . functions such as the power not coming on This may cause the cord to melt leading to or sound not being produced . Use under possible fire or electrical shock . such conditions may cause fire or electrical • When unplugging the AC adaptor from an shock . In such cases , take the following ac - electrical outlet , always make sure to pull tions immediately . Never attempt to repair on the adaptor itself and not the cord . Pull - the instrument yourself . ing excessively on the cord may cause it to 1 . Turn power off . be damaged or break leading to possible 2 . Unplug the AC adaptor from the wall fire or electrical shock . outlet . • Do not touch the AC adaptor with wet 3 . If there are any batteries loaded in the hands when it is plugged in . This may cause keyboard , remove them . electrical shock . • Do not touch the batteries directly with • When not using the instrument for an ex - your hands when removing them . They tended period such as when traveling , al - may be hot or battery fluid may be leak - ways make sure to unplug the AC adaptor ing from them . from the electrical outlet for safety reasons . 4 . Consult with the dealer where you pur - • After use turn off the power switch of the chased the keyboard or with an autho - instrument and unplug the AC adaptor from the electrical outlet . rized CASIO service provider . • At least once a year , unplug the AC adaptor When the instrument has been dropped : from the power outlet and clem _ tim area arotmd • In the case the instrument has been dropped the prongs of the plug . Dust build up around or damaged , take the following actions . the prongs can create the danger of fire . Continued use may cause fire or electrical Batteries shock . • Improper battery use may cause batteries 1 . Turn power off . to rupture and leak . This may cause injury , 2 . Unplug the AC adaptor from the wall malfunction of the instrmnent or discolora - outlet . tion of furniture and other articles that come 3 . If there are any batteries loaded in the into contact with battery fluid . Take care to keyboard , remove them . observe the following . • Do not touch the batteries directly with • Install batteries so their polarity ( + / - ) your hands when removing them . They matches that indicated on the instrument . may be hot or battery fluid may be leak - • For safety and to prevent possible leakage ing from them . of battery fluid , always make sure to re - 4 . Consult with the dealer where you pur - move batteries from the instrument when chased the keyboard or with an autho - you do not plan to use it for a king time . rized CASIO service provider . • Always make sure that the batteries mak - ing up a set are all of the same type . Be careful of the bags around children . • Never combh _ e new batteries with old ones . • Never allow anyone to place the plastic bags • Never dispose of batteries by incinerating of the instrmnent , its accessories , and its them . Never short or disassemble batteries , separately sold options over their heads . and do not expose them to excessive heat Doing so may cause suffocation . Particular • Replace dead batteries as soon as possible . caution is required in homes with small children . • Never attempt to recharge batteries . Transport • When transporting the instrument , always make sure to unplug the AC adaptor from the electrical outlet and confirm that all other external connections have been dis - connected . Only then should the instrument be transported . If the above is not done , the cord may be damaged leading to possible fire or electrical shock . Care • Whenever caring , make sure to first un - plug the AC adaptor from the electrical out - let . Also remove the instrmnent's batteries if battery power is being used . E - 3 733A - E - 005A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 01 ~ 07 Page3 03.7.3t 5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 6

Location • Never locate the instrument in areas sub - , 4X ject to high humidity or heavy accumula - \ tion of dust . Doing so may cause fire or electrical shock . Avoid strong impact and rough handling . • Never locate the instrument in areas sub - Your keyhoard is made of precision components that can malfunc - tion when subjected to strong impact and rough handling . ject to grease splatters or steam , such as in a kitchen or near a humidifier . Doing so A void heat , humidity or direct sunlight . may cause fire or electrical shock . Do not overexpose the instrument to direct surqight , or place it near Do not place keyboard on lacquered furniture . an air conditioner , or in any extremely hot place . • The instrument's silicone rubber feet may eventually blacken or scar lacquered sur - Do not use near a TV or radio . faces . Use felt cloth pads to insulate the feet This instrument can cause video or audio interference with TV and or preferably use a CASIO musical instru - radio reception . [ f this happens , move the instrument a way from the TV or radio . ment stand designed for your keyboard . Do not place heavy objects on the instrument . Do not use lacquer , thinner or similar chemi - • Do not place heavy objects on the instru - cals for cleaning . ment . This may cause the instrument to tip Clean the keyboard with a soft cloth dampened in a _ ae , ak solution of over or break resulting in injury . water and a neutral detergent . Soak the cloth in the solution and Volume squeeze until it is almost dry . • Very high volmne levels can damage hear - Avoid use in areas subjected to temperature h _ g . Avoid using the instrmnent at very high extremes . volume setth _ gs for long perkx : ts . Consult with a physician immediately if you experience Extremely high or lo _ a . tempelature can cause figures on the LCDld screen to become dim and difficult to read . This condition shou impaired hearing or ringing in the ears . correct itself when the keyboard is brought back to nol : mal tempera - ture . Liquid Crystal Display ( LCD ) Precautions • Avoid subjecting the keyboard's LCD to strong impact , which can crack or break Lithium Battery Precautions the LCD's glass creating the danger of per - The keyboard comes with a built - in lithium battery that supplies power to the memory to retain Song Sequencer , Pattern Sequencer sonal injury . and other data while keyboard power is turned off . If the power of • Should the LCD glass ever crack or break , the lithimn battery is Io _ a . , turning off keyboard power can result in do not allow the liquid inside the LCD to deletion of all data stored in its memory . come into contact with your skin , which The normal life of the original battery is five years from the time it is loaded at the factory . Due to time spent in transit and storage , the can cause inflammation and reddening . original battery probably will not provide a full five years of servicer * Should the LCD liquid get into your life . It is up to you to contact your nearest CAS ] O service provide mouth , immediately wash out your mouth about having the lithium battery replaced periodicallF _ with water and then consult a physician . * CASIO COMPUTER CO . , LTD . shall not be held responsible for * Should the LCD liquid get in your eyes or any losses to you or any thild party due to loss or corruption of on your skin , immediately flush with wa - data caused by malfunction or repair of this keyboard , or by bat - ter for at least 15 minutes and then consult ter . v replacement . a physician . # NOTE # You may notice lines in the finish of the case of this keyboard . These lines Do not get onto the instrument or stand . * are a result of the molding process used to shape the plastic of the case . • Do not crawl on top of the instrument or its They are not cracks or breaks in the plastic , and are no cause for concern . optional stand . Particular caution is re - quired in homes having small children . This may cause the instrument or stand to tip over and break resulting in iljury . Optional Stand * • Carefully assemble the stand following the assembly instructions that come with it . Se - curely tighten all bolts , nuts , and fasteners , and make sure that you mount the instru - ment correctly onto the stand . Incorrectly or insufficiently tightening screws , or in - correctly mounting the instrument onto the stand can cause the stand to tip over or the instrument to fall off the stand , possibly leading to injury . * The stand is available as an option . E - 4 733A E 006A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 01 ~ 07 Page4 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 7

L3 Song Sequencer A built - in six - track sequencer gives you full control over the tone , volume , pan position , and other parameters for each recorded track . Use in combination vxith Auto Accompaniment , the Song Sequencer provides you vxith all the tools you need to create your o _ n full - fledged ensembles . L3 Pattern Sequencer Alter any of the 120 huilt - in rhythm patterns to create your own , original patterns . You can even store up to 10 of your patterns in memory for later recall L3 130 rhythms 120 built - in rhythms include rock , pops , jazz , and other rhythms specially arranged for piano accompaniment . You can even stole up to 10 of your o _ an rhythm patterns in memory for later recall . L3 Auto Accompaniment Simply play a chord and the corresponding rhythm , hass , and chords parts play along automatically . One Touch Presets instantly recalls the most suitabie tone and tempo settings to match the rhythm you are using , while Free Session automatically produces pre - programmed chord progres - sions so you can play ensembles with yourself . L3 232 tones Choose from among a _ ersatile collection of 200 built - in orchestra tones , synthesized sounds , drum sets and more . You can even store up to 32 of } our own original sound creations in memory for instant recall _ \ hen you need them . L3 Synthesizer Change the parameters of any of the built - in sounds to produce your own original creations . Up to 32 of original sounds can he stored in memory for later recall L3 General MIDI compatibility General MIDI compatible tones let you connect to a personal computer for quick and easy " desktop music " capabilities . This keyboard can he used as a desktop music input dex ice or sound source . L3 Mixer You can specifv tone volume pan position and other parameters for each built - in Auto AccompaTdment part and each track recorded with the Pattern Sequencer or Song Sequencer . You can also control the same parameters for each channel during MIDI input . L3 Registration Memory Keyboard setups can be stored in memory for later recall and instant settings _ henever you need them . Up to 20 setups ( 5 setups x 4 banks ) can be stored in registration memory . L3 DSP Effects 10 DSP effects such as reverb and chorus come built in . L3 Built - in floppy disk drive ( WK - 1800 only ) Sa _ e original tones and rhythms , or songs you created with the Song Sequem'er to disk for long - term stolage . You can also load a disk _ aith a standard MIDI file ( SMF ) and play it back on the ke ? board . 733EAoo . , E - 5 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 01 ~ 07 Page5 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 8

Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 1 Using the PITCH BEND Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 20 Using the MODULATION Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 20 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 2 Auto Accompaniment . . . . . . . . . E - 21 Care of your keyboard . . . . . . . . . . E - 4 About the MODE Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 21 Selecting a Rhythm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 21 Main Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 5 Playing a Rhythm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 21 Adjusting the Tempo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 22 Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 6 Using Auto Accompaniment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 22 General Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 8 Using an Intro Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 24 About the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 10 Using a Fill - in Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 24 Using Variation Rhythm Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 25 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 12 Synchro Starting Accompaniment with Phones and Line Out Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 12 Rhythm Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 25 Phones / Output Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 12 Finishing with an Ending Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 25 Sustain / Assignable Jack Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . E - 13 Using Auto Harmonize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 25 Accessories and Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 13 Using One - touch Preset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 26 Using Free Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 26 Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 14 Turning Auto Accompaniment Parts On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 27 Using Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 14 Using the AC Adaptor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 14 Adjusting the Accompaniment Volume . . . . E - 27 Auto Power Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 15 Mixer Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 28 Settings and Memory Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 15 Mixer Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 28 Basic Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 16 Mixer Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 28 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 16 Turning Channels On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 29 Selecting a Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 16 Changing the Parameters of a Channel . . E - 30 Using Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 17 Synthesizer Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 32 Using Split . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 17 Synthesizer Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 32 Using Layer and Split Together . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 18 Creating a User Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 34 Using Touch Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 18 Naming a User Tone and Storing It In Transposing the Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 19 Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 35 Tuning the Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 19 Using DSP Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 19 Registration Memory . . . . . . . . . . . E - 37 Tuning DSP Effects On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 20 Registration Memory Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 37 E - 6 733A E 008A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 01 ~ 07 Page6 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 9

To Save a Setup in Registration Memory . . . E - 38 Using the Floppy Disk Drive To Recall a Setup from Registration ( WK - 1800 Only ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 67 Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 38 Floppy Disk Drive Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 67 About Floppy Diskettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 67 Using the Song Sequencer . . . . . . E - 39 Basic Diskette Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 68 Songs and Tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 39 Playing Back an SMF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 69 Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 39 Saving and Recalling Memory Data . . . . . . . . E - 70 Global Settings and Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 39 Using the Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 71 Song Sequencer Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 39 Disk Drive Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 74 Song Sequencer Memory Capacity . . . . . . . . . E - 40 Song Sequencer Memory Precautions . . . . E - 40 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 75 Song Sequencer Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 40 Real - time Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 40 Specifica tions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 77 Punch - in Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 42 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A - 1 To Delete the Contents of a Specific Track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 44 Note Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A - 1 Playing Back from Song Sequencer Free Session Chord Progression Chart . . . . A - 2 Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 45 Drum Assignment List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A - 5 Song Sequencer and Mixer Operations . . . . . E - 45 Fingered Chord Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A - 6 Global Settings and Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 45 Chord Conversion Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A - 8 Pattern Sequencer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 48 MIDI Implementation Chart Pattern Sequencer Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 48 Using the Pattern Create Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 50 Using the Pattern Edit Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 52 Exiting the Pattern Sequencer Mode . . . . . . . E - 56 Keyboard Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 58 Using the Keyboard Settings Menu . . . . . . . . . E - 58 Setting Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 59 MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 60 What is MIDI ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 60 General MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 60 Making MIDI Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 61 MIDI Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 62 MIDI Functions and Mixer Functions . . . . . . . E - 64 Bulk Sending Keyboard Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E - 65 733A E 009A E - 7 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 01 ~ 07 Page7 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 10

® ® ® © _ a a _ _ b b _ ma _ c a b c mb " _ d d _ ® ® ® ® ® ® @ @ ® @ ® ® @ a , _ EB _ , , on b _ c _ d _ b c e , , _ EB @ EXTERNALOH1 OH _ OH9 CH _ OH ' OH _ OH7 CH _ OH9 OH10 OH11 CHI _ CHI9 0HI4 _ 15 OHl _ _ 6 u 2 L I L 2 A L ¢ I ¢ 2 ¢ R I a b Playing a Demo Tune Pressing the DEMO button starts demo tune play . There are bao demo tunes , _ hich continuously play in sequence . To stop demo tune play , press either the DEMO button or the START / STOP button . NOTES • Pressing the [ + ] / [ - ] keys skips to the next demo tune . • You can select a tone for the keyboard ( page E - 16 ) before starting demo tune play , and then use that tone to play along with the demo tune . • MIDI are disabled while a demo tune is playing . • Auto Harmonize , layer , split , and Auto Accompaniment Mode settings are automatically cancelled whenever demo tune is playing . These settings are restored after demo tune play is complete . E - 8 733A E 010A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 08 - _ 15 Page8 03.7.31 , 5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 11

• KeF ; button , and other names are indicated in the text of this mamlal using bold type . • Illustrations in this User's Guide shows the WK - 1800 . ) e NORMAL / FILL - IN button O . Speakers _ 2 Sequencer _ 7 ; VARIATION / FILL - IN button ( a ) RECORD button _ 3 _ SYNCHRO / ENDING button ( b ) SONG button ) 9 ) START / STOP button _ TEMPO buttons ( c ) PATTERN button _ 3 ; ' POWER button ) 1 ; ( a ) BANK button _ 4 : Rhythm list ( b ) REGISTRATION buttons ( A to E ) _ 5 MODE button ( c ) STORE button _ 6 MAIN VOLUME slider _ 2 . ( a ) MIXER SELECT button 7 ; ( a ) DSP ( digital effect ) button ( b ) CHANNEL buttons ( CH1 to CH16 ) ( b ) CONTRAST button M TRANSPOSE button ( c ) FREE SESSION button 94 ' AUTO HARMONIZE button ( d ) ONE TOUCH PRESET button _ , ENTER button _ 8 Display _ 6 Cursor keys In this User's Guide , cursor key operations are indi - _ 9 ( a ) TONE button cated as : [ < ] , [ 1 _ ] , [ A ] , [ IF ] . ( b ) RHYTHM button W : . WK - 1800 ( c ) LAYER button ( a ) DEMO button ( d ) SPLIT button ( b ) SYNTH button , 10 , Tone list ( c ) TUNE / MIDI button ) 1 ; ( a ) Number keys ( d ) TOUCH RESPONSE button ( b ) [ + ] / [ - ] keys ( YES / NO keys ) ( e ) DISK button _ z ; PITCH BEND wheel • WK - 1600 / 1630 ) ' J ) MODULATION wheel ( a ) DEMO button ) 4 ' CHORD name ( b ) SYNTH button _ ) INTRO button ( c ) TUNE button ( d ) MIDI button ( e ) TOUCH RESPONSE button Rear Panel _ } Percussion instrument indicators • WK - 1800 _ } Access lamp @ @ ® ® ® 4 _ ' Eject button ) f . WK - 1800 PHONES terminal • WK - 1600 / 1630 ) $ MIDI OUT terminal PHONES / OUTPUT terminal _ ) MIDI IN terminal 74 ' SUSTAIN / ASSIGNABLE JACK terminal _ , LINE OUT R , LINE OUT L / MONO terminal _ , DC 12V terminal _ ' Attaching the Score Stand • WK - 1600 / 1630 [ nsert the music stand into the slot in the top of the key - board . @ @ @ ® . . . . . _ Zg ; , o _ _ ) $ MIDI OUT terminal _ ) MIDI IN terminal _ } SUSTAIN / ASSIGNABLE JACK terminal ) _ DC 12V terminal E - 9 733A - E - 011A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 08 - _ 15 Page9 03.7.31.5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 12

About the Display 234 56 7 8 9 o o o o 1716 15 1413 12 1110 f DSP indicator 12 Indicators Appears when a DSP effect is turned on . An indicator appears to indicate that a function ( Layer , Auto Harmonize , Split , General MIDI Mode , Touch Response ) is cur - 2 TONE / RHYTHM indicator rently in use . TONE is shown during tone selection and display , while 13 Beat number RHYTHM is shown during rhythm selection and display . Shows the beat number during rhythm and Auto Accompani - 3 Tone / Rhythm number ment play , and while the Song Sequencer or Pattern Sequencer Number of currently selected tone or rhythm . The TONE / is turned on . RHYTHM indicator shows whether the number is a tone or 14 Measure rhythm . This display area also shows other il _ formation when you are using the Pattern Sequencer and Song Sequencer . Show s the measure number from the start of play during rhythm and Auto Accompaniment play , and while the Song Sequencer 4 Chord name display or Pattern Sequencer is turned on . In the Mixer Mode , displays Shows chord names while Auto Accompaniment is being used . the current channel's on / off status . 5 Tone / Rh } thm name / 5 Tempo indicator Name of currently selected tone or rhythm . The TONE / Shows the tempo as a value indicating the number of beats per RHYTHM indicator shows whether the name is a tone or minute during rhythm and Auto Accompal _ iment play , and rhythm . This area also shows other information in other modes . while the Song Sequence ] : or Pattern Sequencer is turned on . 6 Record indicator This display area also shows other information in other modes . While the Song Sequencer or Pattern Sequencer is turned on , 16 Metronome this indicator flashes to indicate record standby and remains on You can turn on the metronome to provide a reference beat for the display without flashing while recording is in progress . your keyboard play . 7 VOLUME indicator 17 Level meter Appears when you are using the Mixer to change the volume The l _ umbers 1 through 16 correspond to Mixer channels . The parameter of a specific channel level meter indicates which channels are on and off , and also 8 Cursor key indicators indicates the volume level . Indicated keys are those that are operational for the function 18 Mixer mode indicator you are currently performing . Indicates the current Mixer mode ( h _ ternal , External , External / 9 Octave symbol 1 Solo , External / Play ) . One symbol indicates the note being produced by the keyboard 19 Graphic keyboard is one octave higher than the note shown in the staff notation Notes you play on the keyboard , notes played back from mem - area 10 . Two symbols indicate two octaves higher . or } 5 and received MIDI data _ are indicated on the graphic key - / 0 Sta ff l _ otation area board . Notes you play on the keyboard , notes played back from mem - Any receive data outside the range of E1 to G7 is not displayed . ory , chord forms , and received M [ DI data _ are shown here . / / Octave symbol 2 One symbol indicates the note being produced by the keyboard is one octave lower than the note shown in the staff notation area 10 . E - IO 733A - E - 012A wI < 18oo / 16oo ( E ) os - ols Page 10 03.7.31 , 5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 13

I NOTES I • Display examples shown in this User's Guide are intended for illustra - tive purposes only . The actual text and values that appear on the dis - play may differ from the examples shown in this User's Guide . • Backlight brightness may appear somewhat unstable immediately after the keyboard is turned on . This does not indicate malfunction , and bright - ness will stabilize after a few seconds . The back lighting of the display is provided by a fluorescent light , which loses its brightness over very long periods of use . When this happens , contact your original dealer or a CASIO service provider about having the backlight replaced . Note that you will be charged for such replacement . Adjusting Display Contrast • Display contrast can he adjust to one of lgg levels for easy view - ing . • Adjusting disp ] ay contrast helps to ma ke figures easier to read from any viewing angle . • Within five seconds after pressing the CONTRAST button , press [ + ] to increase the contrast value ( making the display darker ) or [ - ] to decrease it ( making the display fighter ) . • After you release CONTRAST , the message " Contrast " remains on the display for a few moments , during which you can change the contrast setting fulther using [ + ] and [ - ] or by inputting a contrast value with the number keys . The contrast can be set to a value from 0 to 99 . The initial default setting is 50 . 733A E 013A E - 11 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 08 - olS Page 11 03.7.31.5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 14

I NOTE I • WK - 1800 You can also connect the keyboard's MIDI terminal to a computer or se - Phones and Line Out Terminals quencer . See " MIDI " on page E - 60 for details . Before connecting phones or other external equipment , be sure to first • WK - 1600 / 1630 turn down the volume settings of the keyboard and the connected equipment . You can then adjust volume to the desired level after con - Phones / Output Terminal nections are complete . Before cont _ ecting phones or other external equipment , be sure to first [ Front ] turn down the volume settings of the keyboard and the connected equipment . You can then adjust volume to the desired level after con - PHONES Terminal nections are complete . [ Front ] PHONES / OUTPUT Terminal \ ? Stereo standard plug Connecting Phones ( Figure ( _ ) ) @ Connecting phones cuts off output from the keyboard's built - h _ speak - ers , so you can play even late at night without disturbing anyone . ! Stereo standard plug Keyboard amp , plug guitar amp , etc . ] . . . . . ! w , , , oPP < , N9 . . [ Rear Panel ] AUX IN or similar terminal LEFT RIGHT ] of audio amplifier , : _ ) Audio amplifier AUX IN , etc . PIN plug Connecting Phones ( Figure 0 ) Connecting phones cuts off output from the keyboard's built - in speak - ers , so you can play even late at night without disturbing anyone . Audio Equipment ( Figure ( _ ) ) Connect the keyboard to a audio equipment using a commercially , , _ , Guitar amplifier , J = ' available connecting cord with a standard plug on one end and two Standard plugs PIN plugs on the other end . Note that the standard plug you connect v keyboard amplifier , etc . ] i to the keyboard must be a stereo plug , otherwise you will be able to output only one of stereo channels . [ n this configuration , you nor - really set the input selector of the audio equipment to the terminal Connecting to Audio Equipment ( _ ( usually marked AUX IN or something similar ) where the cord from Use commercially available coMs to connect to the two jacks as shown the keyboard is connected . See the user documentation that comes in Figure < . [ t is up to you to purchase connecting cables like the with your audio equipment for full details . ones shown in the illustration for connection . Normally in this Musical Instrument Amplifier ( Figure ( _ ) ) configuration , you must set the audio equipment's input selector to the setting that specifies the terminal ( such as AUX IN ) that the key - Use a commercially available connecting cord to connect the keyboard board is connected to . Use the keyboard's VOLUME slider to adjust to a musical instrument amplifier . the volume level . I NOTE I Be sure to use a connecting cord that has a stereo standard plug on the Connecting to a Musical Instrument Amplifier ( _ ) end you connect to the keyboard , and a connector that provides dual chan - Use commercially available cords to connect to the two jacks as shown nel ( left and right ) input to the amplifier to which you are connecting . The in Figure < . [ t is up to you to purchase connecting cables like the wrong type of connector at either end can cause one of the stereo chan - ones shown in the illustration for connection . Use the keyboard's VOL - nels to be lost . UME slider to adjust the volume level . • If your amplifier has only one input jack , use an adapter like the one shown below . When connected to a musical instrument amp ] ifie ] set the volume of the keyboard to a relatively low level and make output volume ad - justments using the amplifier's controls . Standard j _ Standard plug E - 12 733A - E - 014A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 08 - o15 Page 12 03.7.315 , : 20PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 15

Com _ ectiol _ Exantple Accessories and Options PIN plug ( red ) Use only the accessories and options speci fled for this keyboard . Use of non - authorized items creates the danger of fire , electrical shock , / and personal injury . J / . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . : . . . - . - . . . - . - . . . . ! . ! . . . INOTEI You can also connect the keyboard's MIDI terminal to a computer or se - quencer . See " MIDI " on page E - 60 for details , Sustain / Assignable Jack Terminal You can connect an optional sustain pedal ( SP - 2 or SP - ] 0 ) to the SUS - TAIN / ASSIGN ABLE JACK terminal to enable the capabilities de - scribed below . For details on how to select the pedal function you _ ant , see " As - signable Jack Function " on page E - 59 . SUSTAIN / ASSIGNABLE JACK Terminal Sustain Pedal • With piano tones , depressing the pedal causes notes to ] ingel _ much like a piano's damper pedal . • With organ tones , depressing the pedal causes notes to continue to sound until the pedal is released . Sostenuto Pedal • As with the sustain pedal function described above , depressing the sostenuto pedal causes notes to be sustained . • The difference between a sostenuto pedal and sustain pedal is the timing . With a sostenuto pedal , you press the keys and then de - press the pedal before you release the keys . Only the notes that are sounding when the pedal is depressed are sustained . Soft Pedal Depressing the pedal softens the sound of the notes being played . Rhythm Start / Stop Pedal [ n this case , the pedal performs the same functions as the START / STOP button . 733A E 015A E - 13 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 08 - o15 Page 13 03.7.31.5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 16

This keyboard can be powered by current from a standard house - • Loss of powel _ sound distortion , or low volume when playing hold wa ] l outlet ( using the specified AC adaptor ) or by batteries . A ] - from a connected computer or MIDI device ways make sure you turn the keyboard off whenever you are not • Sudden power failure while reading from or writing to a dis - using it . kette ( WK - 1800 only ) IMPORTANT ! Improper handling of batteries can cause them to burst and leak , Using Batteries which creates the danger of personal injury or damage due to con - Always make sure you turn off the keyboard before loading or re - tact with battery fluid . Be sure to note the following important precau - tions . placing batteries . • Always make sure that the positive ( + ) and negative ( - ) poles are facing correctly as indicated inside the battery compartment . To load batteries • To avoid damage caused by leaking batteries , be sure to remove batteries from the keyboard whenever you leave it unattended for J Remove the battery compartment cover . long periods ( such as when leaving on a trip ) . • Never mix batteries of different types . • Never mix old batteries with new ones . • Never discard batteries by incinerating them , do not allow their poles to be shorted ( connected to each other ) , never take batteries apart , and do not expose batteries to direct heat . • Replace batteries as soon as possible after any sign they are get - ting weak . 9 • Never attempt to recharge batteries . _ ¢ . , Load six D - size batteries into the battery compartment . • Make sure that the positive ( + ) and negative ( - ) ellds are fac - ing correct ] > Using the AC Adaptor Make sure that } ou use only the AC adaptor specified for this key - board . 9 Insert the tabs on the battery compartment cover into the holes provided and close the cover . L tab AC outlet Also note the following important warnings and precautions > hen using the AC adaptor . WARNING ! The keyboard may not function correctly if you load or replace bat - teries with power turned on . If this happens , turning the keyboard • Take care to avoid any damage to or breakage of the power cord . Never off and then back on again should return functions back to normah place any heavy objects on the power cord or expose it to direct heat . Doing so creates the danger of power cord damage , fire , and electrical shock . Important Battery Information • Use only the specified AC adaptor . Use of another type of adaptor cre - ates the danger of fire and electrical shock . I The following shows the approximate battery life . Alkaline batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 hours CAUTION ! The above value is standard battery life at normal temperature , • For safety sake , be sure to unplug the AC adaptor from the wall outlet with the keyboard volume at medium setting . Temperature ex - whenever leaving the keyboard unattended for a long time ( such as tremes or playing at very loud vo ] ume settings can shorten bat - when leaving on a trip ) . tery life . • Always turn off the keyboard and unplug the AC adaptor from the wall I Any of the following symptoms indicate low battery power . Re - outlet when you are not using the keyboard . place batteries as soon as possible whenever any of the following occurs . IMPORTANT ! • Dim power supply indicator • lnstrumel _ t does not turn on • Make sure that the keyboard is turned off before connecting or • Display that is flickering , dim , or difficult to read disconnecting the AC adaptor , • Abnormally low speaker / headphone volume • Using the AC adaptor for a long time can cause it to become warm • Distortion of sound output to the touch . This is normal and does not indicate malfunction . • Occasional interruption of sound when playing at high volumes • Sudden power failure when playing at high volumes • Flickering or dimming of the dispaly when playing at high vol - tll _ / e • Contimmd sound output even ariel : you release a key • Atotally different tone may sound • Abnormal rhythm pattern and demo tune play E - 14 733A E 016A wI < 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 08 - ols Page 14 03.7.31 , 5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMakez " 6.5J / PPC < >
Page: 17

Auto Power Off To initialize the keyboard and delete all data You can either fully initialize the keyboard or initialize parameters When w _ u are using hattery power , keyhoard power turns off auto - only . rnatica ] ly whenever you leave it on without performing any opera - tion for about 6 mimltes . When this happens , press the POWER but - ton to turn power back on . Full Initialization Use this procedure to return all keyboard settings to what they v _ ere INOTEI when you purchased it . Note that this procedure clears all data from Auto Power Off is disabled ( it does not function ) when you are using the AC adaptor to power the keyboard . _ ' While holding down the ENTER button , turn on key - To disable Auto Power Off board power . Hold down the TONE hutton while turning on the keyboard to dis - able Auto Power Off . 0 q [ O O O • OOO0 O O O ] O • When Auto Power Off is disabled , the keyboard does not turn off automatically no matter how long it is left with no operation being performed . 9 Press YES to initialize the keyboard or NO to turn on power without changing any settings . Settings and Memory Contents • The above procedure restores registration memory to its fac - The following descrihes what happens to settings and memory con - tory default contents . Any setup data stored in registration tents _ hen power is turned off . memory is deleted by the above procedure . Parameter Initialization Settings Use this procedure to return all keyboard settings to what they were T _ me , rhythm , and other " main keyhoard settings " in effect when the when you purchased it . Note that this procedure does not affect user keyboard is turned off manually by pressing POWER or automati - tones , user rhythms , registration memory contents , and display con - cally by Auto Power Off are still in effect the next time you tutti pow - er back on . trast settings . While keyboard po > er is on , press the [ + ] , [ - ] , and ENTER buttons at Main Keyboard Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the same time . Tone numbel _ rhythm number , touch response on / off , touch response sensitivit55 accompaniment mode , DSP on / off , DSP selection , assignable jack setting , tempo , Mixer parameters ( tone , volume , pan , effect send , channel on / off , accompani - ment volume ) , keyboard channel , General MIDI on / off , Pitch Bend range , accomp MIDI out on / off , MIDI in chord udge on / off , registration bank , laver on / off , auto harmo - nize on / off , split on / off , split point , Song Sequencer set - tings ( song number , metrol _ ome , quantize ) , Pattern Sequenc - er settings ( metronome , quantize ) , sound range shift on / off , contrast setting , SMF playback settings ( WK - 1800 only ) i Memory Contents [ n addition to the above settings , Registration , Song Sequence ] , Pat - tern Sequence1 , and Synthesizer memory contents are also retained when power is turned off . Power Requirements The keyhoard comes with a built - in lithium hattery that supplies power to the memory to retain Song Sequence1 , Pattern Sequencer and other data while keyboard power is turned off . If the power of the lithium batterx is 1o ' _ 9 turning off ke } board povx er can result in deletion of all data stored in its memory . The normal life of the original battery is five _ , ears from the time it is i [ loaded at the factory . Due to time spent in transit and storage , the original battery probably will not provide a full five years of service life . It is up to you to contact your nearest CASIO service provider about having the lithium battery replaced periodically . Note that you will be charged separately for lithium battery replace - ment . To protect against loss of valuable memory data ae strongly suggest that you use either of the following methods to back it up . • Perform a MID [ dump of the data to a computer or other external device for storage . See " Bulk Sending Keyboard Data " on page E - 65 for details . • Save the data to diskette ( WK - 1800 only ) . See " Using the Floppy Disk Drive " on page E - 67 for details . E - 15 733A - E - 017A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 08 - olS Page 15 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 18

I NOTES I This section provides ilfformation on performing basic keyboard op - erations . • Always input all three digits for the tone number , including leading zeros ( if any ) . If you input one or two digits and stop the display will automat - ically clear your input after a few seconds . • You can also increment the displayed tone number by pressing [ + ] and decrement it by pressing [ - ] . Getting Started • When one of the drum sets is selected ( tone numbers 192 through 199 ) , each keyboard key is assigned a different percussion sound . See page A - 5 for details . To play the keyboard • The 32 tones number 200 through 231 are for storage of original tones created using the synthesizer ( page E - 32 ) . Once original tones are stored , they can be recalled and used just like the built - in tones . _ ' Press the POWER button to turn the keyboard on . When the keyboard is shipped from the factory , tones 200 through 231 contain the same contents as tone number 128 to 159 . _ ¢ . . . . Use the MAIN VOLUME slider to set the volume to a relatively low level . Names of tone numbers 128 through 199 9 _ Play something on the keyboard . No . Tone Name DCO polyphony No . Tone Name DCO polyphony 128 OCTAVE PIANO 2 16 168 TOUCH STR PNO " 2 16 129 BREATHY SAX 1 32 169 TOUCH STRINGS 2 16 130 STEREO PIANO 2 16 170 TOUCH VIB PNO 2 16 131 ELEC PIANO 3 1 32 171 TOUCH BASS 2 16 Selecting a Tone 132 DETUNED EP 1 2 16 172 BRASS FALL 2 16 133 DETUNED EP 2 2 16 173 BASS SLIDE 1 32 This ke } board comes with 2gg built - in tones . Use the following pro - 134 DETUNED EP 3 2 16 174 FEEDBACK 2 16 cedure to select the tone you want to use . 135 DETUNED CLAVl 2 16 175 PIANO = STR 2 16 13 EL CORGAN1 1 32 176 SYNTH - PAD 1 2 16 1 _ EL _ C ORGAN 2 1 32 177 SYNTH - PAD 2 2 16 UUU ° oo o o o o o o o o 138 ELEC ORGAN 3 1 32 178 SYNTH - PAD 3 2 16 TO . E / 3 rl rl 139 ELEC ORGAN 4 1 32 179 SYNTH - PAD 4 2 16 TEMPO = _ 2U MUEAUSUR , E ' BEAT 140 ELEC ORGAN 5 2 16 180 SYNTH - PAD 5 2 16 141 PIPE ORGAN 2 16 181 SYNTH - PAD 6 2 16 142 STEREO GUITAR 2 16 182 SYNTH - PAD 7 2 16 143 12 STR GUITAR 2 16 183 SYNTH - PAD 8 2 16 To select a tone 144 SLAP BASS 3 1 32 184 SYNTH - LEAD 1 2 16 145 SYNTH - BASS 3 1 32 185 SYNTH - LEAD 2 2 16 _ , , Find the tone you want to use in the keyboard's Tone 146 SYNTH - BASS 4 1 32 186 SYNTH - SFX 1 2 16 List and note its tone number . 147 SYNTH - BASS 5 1 32 187 SYNTH - SFX 2 2 16 148 STRINGS 3 2 16 188 SYNTH - SFX 3 2 16 149 TRUMPET 2 1 32 189 SYNTH - SFX 4 2 16 ' _ 2 , Press the TONE button . 150 BRASS SECTION 2 16 190 SEQUENCE 1 2 16 151 SYNTH - BRASS 3 2 16 191 SEQUENCE 2 2 16 ] _ , , Ldsethe number keys to input the three digit tone num - DRUM SET 152 STRINGS PIANO 2 16 192 DRUM SET 1 STANDARDSET ber for the tone you want to select . 153 STRINGS EP 2 193 DRUM SET 2 ROOMBET 16 E , : _ : alll _ . II & ' To select " 032 ACOUSTIC BASS " , input O , 3 then 2 . 154 STR HARPSI 2 16 194 DRUM SET 3 POWERBET 155 STR CELESTA 2 195 DRUM SET 4 ELECTRONICSET 16 TONE 156 STR KALIMBA 2 16 196 DRUM SET 5 SYNTHSET 16 197 DRUM SET 6 JAZZBET | 157 STRINGS HORN 22 I 158 STEREO STR GTR 16 198 DRUM SET 7 BRUSHSET 159 SITAR AAH 2 16 199 DRUM SET 8 ORCHESTRASET 160 HARP ENS 2 16 161 VOICE ENS 2 16 162 BRASS ENS 2 16 163 OCTAVE SAX 2 16 164 PIPE ENS 2 16 165 PERC ENS 2 16 166 VIBES ENS 2 16 167 REVERSE ORCH 2 16 * What you hear differs according to ho _ strongly you press the keyboard . E - 16 793A E 018A WK z800 / 1600 ( s ) 16 - o20 Page 16 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 19

Polyphony Using Split The term polyphony refers to the maximum number of notes you can play at the same time . The keyboard has 32 - note polyphon } 5 which With split you can assign two different tones ( a main tone and a split includes the notes you play as well as the rhythms and auto - accom - tone ) to either end of the keyboard , which lets you play one tone paniment patterns that are played by the keyboard . This means that with your left hand and anotl _ el tone with your right hand . For ex - when a rhythm or auto - accompaniment pattern is being played by ample , you could select STRINGS as the main ( high range ) tone and the keyboard , the number of notes ( polyphony ) available for key - PIZZICATO as the split ( low range ) tone , putting an entire string board play is reduced . Also note that some of the tones offer only 16 - ensemble at your fingertips . note polyphony . Split point Digital Sampling A nuTllber of the tones that are available with this kevhoard have been recorded and processed using a technique called'digital sam - pling . To en _ ure a high level of tonal quality ; samples are taken in the low , mid , and high ranges and then combined to provide you with I . , I . , I sounds that are amazingly close to the originals . You may notice very Split tone ( LOWER1 ) Main tone ( UPPER1 ) slight differences in volume or sound c [ uality for some tones when you play them at different positions on the keyboard . This is an un - avoidable result of multiple sampling , and it is not a sign of malfunc - To split the keyboard tion . Select the main tone and split tone . • Use the Mixer to select the tones , following the procedure Using Layer under " Changing the Parameters of a Channel " on page E - 30 . The main tone is UPPER1 , while the split tone is LOW - With layer you can assign two different tones ( a main tone and a lay - ER1 . ered tone ) to the keyboard , both of which play whenever you press a • If you don't want to use the Mixer , select a keyboard tone as key . For example , you could layer the FRENCH HORN tone on the you normally would ( page E - 16 ) . This is the main tone . Next , BRASS tone to produce a rich and brassy sound . proceed to step 2 . 9 Press SPLIT . • This causes the SPLIT indicator to appear on the display . L1 ] 211.1 _ 11l [ I ] rl1Trll I ' ' 1 Main tone ( UPPER1 ) + Layered tone ( UPPER2 ) { , " 1111 / / To layer two tones • The split tone name and number appeal : on the display for Io about five seconds . During this time you can use the num - Select the main tone and layered tone . ber keys to input a tone number to change the split tone if • Use the Mixer to select the tones , following the procedure you want . After about five seconds , the display changes to under " Changing the Parameters of a Channel " on page E - the main tone llatlle and number . 30 . The main tone is UPPER1 , while the layered tone is UP - PER2 . Now try playing something on the keyboard . • If you don't want to use the Mixer , select a keyboard tone as • The lower range ( ] eft side ) of the keyboard is assigned the you normally would ( page E - 16 ) . This is the main tone . Next , sp ] it tone , while the upper range ( right side ) is assigned the proceed to step 2 . Ilia in tone . 9 • The location on the keyboard where the changeover between Press LAYER to turn on tone layering . the two tones occurs is called the split point . See " To change • This causes the LAYERindicator to appear on the disp ] a } < the location of the split point " on page E - 18 for details on changing the location of the split point . Press SPLIT again to unsplit the keyboard and return it to normal . • This causes the SPLIT indicator to disappear . • The layered tone name and number appear on the display fo ] about five seconds . During this time you can use the mm _ - ber keys to input a tone nmnber to change the layerd tone if you want . After about five seconds , the display changes to the main tone name and number . Now try playing something on the keyboard . • Both tones are played at the same time . 4o Press LAYER to unlayer the tones and return the key - board to normal . • This causes the LAYERindicator to disappear . # NO TE I Layering is produced by sounding Mixer internal mode CH 1 ( UPPER1 ) and CH 2 ( UPPER2 ) at the same time . This means you can use the Mixer to change the volume balance and stereo pan position parameters for both the main tone and layered tone . See " Mixer Function " on page E - 28 for details . E - 17 733A - E - 019A wK zs00 / 1600 ( E ) 16 - 20 Page17 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 20

I NOTE I I NOTES I Split is produced by using Mixer internal mode CH 1 ( UPPER1 ) and CH 3 • Layer - split is produced by using Mixer internal mode CH 1 ( UPPER1 ) , ( LOWER1 ) at the same time . This means you can use the Mixer to change CH 2 ( UPPER2 ) , CH 3 ( LOWER1 ) , and CH 4 ( LOWER2 ) at the same the volume balance and stereo pan position parameters for both the main time . This means you can use the Mixer to change the volume balance tone and split tone . See " Mixer Function " on page E - 28 for details . and stereo pan position parameters for each of the tones . See " Mixer Function " on page E - 28 for details . • You can use the Mixer to turn off individual channels ( layer split tones ) . To change the location of the split point This means you could turn off CH 4 ( LOWER2 ) , for example , to sound a single tone in the lower range and two layered tones in the upper range . While holding down the SPLIT button , press tile keyhoard key where See " Turning Channels On and Off " on page E - 29 for details . you want the lowest note ( the ] eftmost key ) of the upper range ( right side range ) to be . Using Touch Response Using Layer and Split Together Turning on touch response causes the volume and sound quality of keyboard output to change in accordance _ ith the amount of pres - You can use layer and split together to created a layered split key - sure applied to the keyboard . board . When you use layer and split in combination , the high range of the keyboard is assigned two tones ( main tone + layered tone ) , and the low range two tones ( split tone + layered split tone ) . To turn touch response on and off Split point Press the TOUCH RESPONSE button to toggle touch re - sponse on and off . • Turning on touch response causes the TL ) UCH RESPONSE indica - tor to appeal : on the display . I , + , I Split tone + Main tone + Layered tone Layered split tone ( UPPER1 + UPPER2 ) ( LOWER1 + LOWER2 ) To set the touch response sensitivity To layer - split the keyboard o . jo Press TOUCH RESPONSE to turn on touch response . Select the main tone , layered tone , split tone , and lay - • The TOUCH RESPONSE indicator appears on the display . ered split tone . • Use the JMJxer to select the tones , following the procedure Z , Within five seconds after pressing TOUCH RESPONSE , under " Changing the Parameters of a Channel " on page E - use [ + ] and [ - ] or number keys [ 0 ] to [ 3 ] to select the 30 . The main tone is UPPER1 , the layered tone is UPPER2 , the split tone is LOWER1 , and the layered split tone is LOW - sensitivity setting you want to use . ER2 . " 0 ExLight " : " 1 Light " : " 2 Normal " : " 3 Heavy " : " Touch Off " 2 _ Turn on both layer and split to layer split the keyboard . • " ExLight " outputs powerful sound even with light key pres - • Press LAYER once to turn on laver . sure , while " Heavy " requires very heavy key pressure to out - • Press SPLIT once to turn on spl { t . put powerful sound . • The LAYER and SPLIT indicators should be on the display • Pressing [ + ] and [ - ] at the same time returns sensitivity to to indicate that they are turned on . the " NormaP ' setting . • The layered split tone name and mlmber appeal : on the dis - • In addition to pressing the TOUCH RESPONSE button , you play for about five seconds . During this time you can use can also turn off touch response by selecting " Touch Off " as the number keys to input a tone number to change the ] ay - the sensitivity setting . ered split tone if you want . After about five seconds , the dis - play changes to the main tone name and mnnber . I NOTES I • Touch response operations affect the keyboard's internal sound source Now try playing something on the keyboard . as well as MIDI OUT data . • Touch response settings do not affect Song Sequencer playback , ac - 4o Press LAYER once and SPLIT once to unlayer split the companiment , or MIDI note data received from an external source , • Touch response affects different tones in different ways , keyboard and return it to normah E - 18 733A E 020A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 16 - _ 20 Page 18 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 21

Transposing the Keyboard Using DSP Effects Transpose lets you raise and lower the ore ] all key of the keyhoard in DSP effects make it possible for you to add a variety nuances to your semitone units . [ f VOU want to play accompaniment for a vocalist music quickly and easily . The following is a list of ] 0 DSP effects that whose sings in a Sl2 , ecific key , for example , you can use transpose to are available . Try using each one to find out how it changes the sound change the key of the keyboard without having to learn to play the produced by the keyboard . Note that only one effect can be applied at a time . song in another ke } a To transpose the keyboard 0 Reverh 1 Reverhl Deep reverb Use the TRANSPOSE buttons ( A and IF ) to change the trans - 1 Reverh 2 Reverb2 Medium reverb pose setting of the keyboard . 2 Reverh 3 Reverh3 Shallow reverb E _ : ampll ! : To transpose the keyboard fi _ e semitones upwards . 3 Chores Chorus More depth and breadth Slight modulatkm of vol - | 4 II Tre _ t _ l ° Tremolo tll _ e I 0s . . . . . . . . . ] . 5 Phase Shifter Phaser Rotary speaker effect Electronic organ rotary I NOTES I 6 Organ Speaker Organ Speaker speaker effect • The keyboard can be transposed within a range of - 12 ( one octave downwards ) to + 12 ( one octave upwards ) , Attack effect by enhanc - 7 Enhancer El _ hancer • The default transpose setting is 00 when keyboard power is turned on . ing high harmonics • The display changes from the transpose screen back to its normal screen Jet plane effect that caus - if you do not perform any key operation for about three seconds . 8 Flanger Flange ] : es the sound to build and • To return the transpose setting its initial default of 00 , display the trans - pose screen and press the TRANSPOSE buttons ( A and V ) at the same then decay time , Loudness Enhanced lower tones 9 EQ Loudness • The transpose setting also affects the sequencer and Auto Accompani - ment , It does not , however affect Auto Accompaniment drum parts , Tuning the Keyboard The tuning feature lets } ou fine tune the keyboard to match the tun - ing of another musical instrument . To tune the keyboard J _ , Press the TUNE / MIDI button to display the tuning screen . • With the WK - 1600 / 1630 , this button is named TUNE . . . . . o o o o oooo o o o O O O 9 _ , Use [ + ] and [ - 1 buttons to change the tuning setting of the keyboard . E _ : al } lplt ! : To Ioaer the ttming by 20 . l l I - e0 . . . . . . . . . . . ] I NOTES I • The keyboard can be tuned within a range of - 50 cents to 50 cents ( + 50 cents , ) . ' 100 cents is equivalent to one semitone . • The default tuning setting is 00 when keyboard power is turned on . • The display changes from the tuning screen back to its normal screen if you do not perform any key operation for about five seconds . • To return the tuning setting to its initial default of 00 , display the tuning screen and press the [ + ] and [ - ] buttons at the same time . • The tuning setting also affects the sequencer and Auto Accompaniment . It does not , however , affect Auto Accompaniment drum parts . 733A E 021A E - 19 WK Z800 / 1600 ( E ) 16 - _ 20 Page 19 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 22

Turning DSP Effects On and Off Using the PITCH BEND Wheel You can turn the currently selected DSP effect on and off by pressing As its name suggests , the PITCH BEND _ heel lets you " bend " the the DSP button . pitch of a sound . This makes it possible to add a touch of realism to saxophone and other tones . • The current DSP effect's on / off status is indicated on the display by the _ indicator . The digital effect is on while this indicator is displayed , and off when it is not displayed . To use the PITCH BEND wheel • Press the DSP button to toggle the currently selected digital effect on and off . While holding down a keyboard key with your right hand , use your left hand to rotate the PITCH BEND wheel up and To turn the DSP effect on and off down . • Releasing the PITCH BEND wheel returns the note to its original _ , , Press the DSP button . pitch . • This causes one of the t _ o digital effect screens shown be - low to appear . I NO TEE ; When the current digital effect is turned on • With saxophone and electrical guitar tones , the most realistic sounding effects can be produced if you play notes and operate the PITCH BEND wheel simultaneously . Ij O O O • O0 _ O • See " Pitch Bend Range ( Initial Default : 02 ) " on page E - 59 for changing the bend range of the PITCH BEND wheel . • Never turn on keyboard power while the PITCH BEND wheel is rotated . Indicates effect is turned on [ Effect number and name Using the MODULATION Wheel When the current digital effect is turned off Modulation applies vibrato , which rood @ ares the pitch of a note . It works best with notes that are sustained ( held ) by keeping a key - board key held down , especially when playing the melody with a I O O O ' O " O O " ) O 1 violin or other similar tone . • The above screens clear if you do not perform any operation within about five seconds . To use the MODULATION Wheel 2 While a digital effect screen is on the display , use the [ + ] and [ - ] buttons to scroll throLigh the digital ef - While playing melody notes with your right hand , rotate fects , until the one you want is displayed . the MODULATION wheel with your left to apply vibrato to the notes . # NOTES I • The amount of vibrato applied depends on how far you rotate the • Playing a demo tune ( page E - 8 ) automatically changes the effect to the MODULATION wheel upwards . Setting the wheel to its neutral one that is assigned to the tune . You cannot change or cancel a demo position ( rotated as far downwards as it can go ) turns vibrato off . tune effect . • Changing the effect setting while sound is being output by the keyboard # NOTEE ; I causes a slight break in the sound when the effect changes . • Modulation can be used to add greater expression to sustained melody • The DSP effect is applied not only to the notes you play on the key - notes being played using a violin , synthetic reed , or other similar tone . board but also to rhythms and Auto Accompaniment patterns . Note that • Modulation affects different tones in different ways . effects 3 through 6 and effect 8 can produce a mood that is not suitable for certain types of music when they are applied to rhythms and Auto Accompaniment . When this happens , you can turn off application of the effect to the rhythm and Auto Accompaniment by using the Mixer to set the effect send volume of the accompaniment channel to zero . For de - tails on the actual procedure for doing this , see " Changing the Parame - ters of a Channel " on page E - 3O . • Setting the keyboard's MAIN VOLUME slider to high volume when Ef - fect 9 ( EQ Loudness ) is being applied can cause distortion for certain tones and rhythm patterns . When this happens , lower the MAIN VOL - UME setting . E - 20 733A - E - 022A WK ZSOO / 1600 ( S ) 16 - o20 Page20 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 23

I NOTES This keyboard automatically plays bass and chord parts in accordance with the chords you finger . The bass and chord parts are played us - • Always input three digits for rhythm numbers , including any leading ze - ros if necessary ( as in 032 ) . The rhythm number input display clears ing sounds and tones that are automatical ] y selected in accordance after a few seconds if you don't input three digits . with the rhythm you are using . All of this means that you get full , • You can also change the displayed rhythm number using [ + ] and [ - ] . realistic accompaniments for the melody notes you play with your • The 10 rhythm numbers 120 to 129 are provided for storage of rhythm right hand , creating the mood of an one - person ensemble . patterns created by you using the Pattern Sequencer . You can also re - call these rhythms using the procedure described above . Simply input a rhythm number from 000 to 119 . • Rhythms 110 through 119 ( FOR PIANO II ) are made up of chord ac - About the MODE Button companiments only , without drum or other rhythm sounds . Because of this , these rhythms do not sound while auto accompaniment is turned Use the MODE button to select the accompaniment mode you want off ( all the indicator lamps above the MODE button are off ) . You can to use . Each press of the MODE button cycles through the available specify chords by using these rhythms while auto accompaniment is accompaniment modes as shown in the illustration below . turned on ( indicated when one of the indicator lamps above the MODE button is lit ) or with Free Session . w _ t _ D _ I Auto Accompaniment off © _ % % _ N _ G _ E GtE FULL RAN CHORD Playing a Rhythm O FINGERED _ 1 t FINGERED Press the STA RT / STOI - _ button to start play of the currently selected © OASIO CHORD _ t rhythm . You can then play along with the rh } thin on the keyboard . _ 1 cAs _ CoHOH _ To stop rhythm pla } 5 press START / STOP again . 1 I NOTE I Chords will sound along with the rhythm if any of the three accompani - • Only rhythm sounds are produced when all accompaniment mode ment mode lamps above the MODE button is lit . If you want to play the lamps are off . rhythm pattern without chords , press the MODE button until all of the lamps • The currently selected accompaniment mode is shown by the mode are off . lamps above the MODE button . [ nformation on using each of these modes starts from page E - 22 . Selecting a Rhythm This ke _ board provides you _ ith ] 20 exciting built - in rhythms that you can select using the following procedure . To select a rhythm _ ' _ Find the rhythm you want to use in the keyboard's Rhythm List and note its rhythm number . _ Press the RHYTHM button . ; _ Use the number keys to input the three - digit rhythm number for the rhythm you want to select . Exl _ lnpll ! : To select " 042 JUNGLE " press 0 , 4 then 2 . r i . H - - 04.2 . . . . . . . . . . MEASURE BEAT • I ' _ T _ M _ Ot _ = ' , . ? , _ _ : 733A E 023A E - 21 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 21 ~ 27 Page21 03.7.31,5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 24

Adjusting the Tempo _ ' _ To stop Auto Accompaniment play , press the START / STOP button again . You can adjust the tempo ( number of beats per mh _ ute ) of rhythm play within a range of 30 to 255 . CASIO CHORD To adjust the tempo This method of chord play makes it possible for anyone to easily play chords , regardless of previous musical knowledge and experience . Press one of the TEMPO buttons to increase [ A ] or de - The following describes the CASIO CHORD " Accompaniment key - crease [ V ] the tempo setting . board " and " Melody keyboard " , and tells you how to play CASIO CHORDs . CASIO CHORD Accompaniment Keyboard and Melody Keyboard # NOTES I Accompaniment • Pressing both TEMPO buttons ( A and V ) at the same time resets the Melody keyboard tempo to the default value of the currently selected rhythm . • The tempo value indicates the number of quarter note beats per minute . Using Auto Accompaniment The following procedure describes how to use the keyboard's Auto IMPORTANT ! Accompaniment feature . Before starting , you should first select the rhythm you - aant to use and set its tempo to the xalue you want . The accompaniment keyboard can be used for playing chords only . No sound will be produced if you try playing single melody notes on the ac - companiment keyboard . To use Auto Accompaniment Use the MODE button to select FULL RANGE CHORD , FINGERED , or CASIO ( HORD as the ac - companiment mode , • The current ] ) selected accompaniment mode is the one whose lamp is lit . See " About the MODE Button " on page E - 21 for details . 2 _ Press the START / STOP button to start play of the cur rently selected rhythm . , ' _ , Play a chord to start Auto Accompaniment . • The actual procedure you should use to play a chord depends on the currently selected accompaniment mode . Refer to the following pages for details on chord play . CASIO CHORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E - 22 FINGERED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E - 23 FULL RANGE CHORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E - 23 r [ RHYTHM _ U _ O go go O e eloo O TEMPO = C8 _ ' _ " " _ I I Name of chord being played Current measure and beat E - 22 733A E 024A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 21 - 27 Page22 03.7.3L 5 : 20 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 25

Chord Types C Cm Cdim CASIO CHORD accompanime ] _ t ] ets you play four types of chords with minimal fingering . Major chords C Major ( C ) Caug _ Csus4 C7 . 2 Major chord names are marked above _ EE F _ A _ B C _ E F the keys of the accompaniment key - board . Note that the chord produced when you press an accompaniment keyboard does not change octave , re - gardless of which key you use to play it . Cm7 , 2 Cmaj7 , , 2 Cm7 - S Minor chords ( m ) C minor ( Cm ) To play a minor chord , keep the ma - _ C ' _ E E F _ A _ B C _ E F jor chord key depressed and press any other accompaniment keyboard key located to the right of the major chord key . C7 - S * t C7sus4 Cadd9 _ Seventh chords ( 7 ) C seventh ( C7 ) To play a seventh chord , keep the ¢ ' _ * aE E Fm _ A _ B C _ E F major chord key depressed and press any other two accompaniment key - board keys located to the right of the Cmadd9 " _ Cm M7 " _ Cdim7 * t major chord key . Minor seventh chords ( m7 ) C minor seventh ( Cm7 ) To play a minor seventh chord , keep _ C _ EE FmaA _ BC _ F the major chord key depressed and press any other three accompaniment See the " Fingered Chord Chart " on page A - 6 for details on playing keyboard keys located to the right of chords with other roots . the major chord key . " 1 : Inverted fingerings cannot be used . The lowest note is the root . _ 2 : The same chord can be played without pressing the 5th G . I NOTE # It makes no difference whether you press black or white keys to the right # NOTES # of a major chord key when playing minor and seventh chords , • Except for the chords specified in note _ above , inverted fingerings ( i . e . playing E - G - C or G - C - E instead of C - E - G ) will produce the same chords as the standard fingering . • Except for the exception specified in note _ above , all of the keys that FINGERED make up a chord must be pressed . Failure to press even a single key FINGERED provides you with a total of 15 different chord types . The will not play the desired FINGERED chord . following describes the FINGERED " Accompaniment keyboard " and " Melody keyboard " , and tells you how to play a C - root chord using FINGERED . FULL RANGE CHORD This accompaniment method makes it possible to play a total of 38 FINGERED Accompaniment Keyboard and Melody Key - chord variations : the 15 available with FINGERED plus 23 addition - board al variations . The keyboard interprets any input of three or more keys that matches a FULL RANGE CHORD pattern to be a chord . Any Accompaniment multi - key input that is not a FULL RANGE CHORD pattern is inter - preted as melody play . Because of this , there is no need for a separate accompaniment keyboard , and the entire keyboard from end - to - end can be used for both melody and chords . FULL RANGE CHORD Accompaniment Keyboard and Melody Keyboard IMPORTANT ! Accompaniment keyboard / Melody keyboard _ J The accompaniment keyboard can be used for playing chords only . No sound will be produced if you try playing single melody notes on the ac - companiment keyboard . E - 23 733A - E - O25A _ ' JK $ 800 / 1600 ( B ) 2 $ - _ 22 Page23 03.7.31.5 : 20 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 26

. . . 7 . rrl [ q ml _ , ; ¢ . . . . . . . , . . . . : . ; . : ' ¢ £ : > Chords Recognized by This Keyboard Music Example Tone : 016 The following table identifies patterns that are recognized as chords by FULL RANGE CHORD . Rhythm : 002 Tempo : 072 D Bm A , , _ , D _ _ , , , _ - _ A G The 15 chord patterns shown under " FINGERED " on page E - 23 . See the FINGERED " Fingered chord chart " on page A - 6 for C J I J J I J # J IJ J I details o14 playing chords with other roots . 23 standard chord fingerings . The fol - Using an Intro Pattern lowing are examples of the 23 chords availab ] e > ith C as the bass note . This keybom d lets you insert a short intro into a rhythm pattern to make startup smoother and more naturah c6 • Cm6 • C6g C # D E F G Ab BI _ The following procedure describes hovx to use the Intro feature . Be - Standard Fingerings C C C C C C C fore starting , you should first select the rhythm you want to use , and set the tempo . B C # m Dm Fm Gm Am Bl'm C C C C C C C PREPARATION Dm75 Al * 7 F7 Fm7 Gm7 Ab _ ad9 • Select a rhythm and set its tempo . • Select the accompaniment mode you want to use . C C C C C C To insert an intro Example : To p ] ay the chord C major . Press the INTRO button to start the selected rhythm Either of the fingerings shown in the illustration belo > vxil ] produce C major . with an intro pattern . • With the above setup , the intro pattern is played and the auto accompaniment with intro pattern starts as soon as you play chords o14 the accompaniment keyboard . E G C I NOTE I The standard rhythm pattern starts to play after the intro pattern is com - plete . G C ( _ . . . . . . . . Chord C Using a Fill - in Pattern ( _ ) . . . . . . . . Chord Fill - in patterns let you momer _ tari ] _ change the rhythm pattern to add some interesting _ ariation to your performances . I NOTES I • As with the FINGERED mode ( page E - 23 ) , you can play the notes that The following procedure describes how to use the Fill - in feature . form a chord in any combination ( ) . • When the lowest note of a chord is separated from its neighboring note by six or more semitones the lowest note becomes the bass note ( : 2 ) . To insert a fill - in _ Press the START / STOP button to start rhythm play _ % , , Press the NORMAL / FILL - IN button to insert a fill - in pattern for the rhythm you are using . I NOTE I The fill - in pattern does not play if you press the NORMAL / FILL - IN button while an intro pattern is playing . E - 24 733A E 026A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 21 ~ 27 Page24 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 27

I NOTE I Using Variation Rhythm Patterns The timing when the ending pattern starts depends on when you press the _ ; SYNCHRO / ENDING button . If you press the button before the second beat In addition to the standard rhythm pattern , you can also switch to a of the current measure , the ending pattern starts playing immediately . Press - secondary " variation " rhythm pattern for a bit of variety . ing the button at any point in the measure after the second beat results in the ending pattern playing from the beginning of the following measure . To change to the variation rhythm pattern J _ Press tile START / STOP button to start rhythm play . Using Auto Harmonize , _ % , Press the VARIATION / FILL - IN button to switch to tile When you are using Auto Accompaniment , Auto Harmonize auto - maticaJly adds three additional notes to your melody in accordance variation pattern for tile rhythm you = are using . with the chord that is being p ] ayed . The result is a harmony effect that makes your melody line richer and fuller . I NOTE I To switch back to the normal ( non - variation ) rhythm pattern , press the NORMAL / FILL - IN button . To use Auto Harmonize To insert a fill in into a variation rhythm Use the MODE button to select FINGERED or CASIO CHORD as the accompaniment mode . While a variation rhythm pattern is playing , press the VARI - • The current ] y selected accompaniment mode is the one whose ATION / FILL - IN button to insert a fill in pattern for the vari - lamp is lit . See " About the MODE Button " on page E - 21 for details . ation rhythm you are using . lnc _ / _ I Auto Accol _ paniment off I Synchro Starting Accompaniment with O FULL RANGE NtGE CHORD _ 1 FULL RA CHORD Rhythm Play O FINGERED _ [ FINGEt RED You can set up the keyboard to start rhythm play at the same time © CASIO CHORD _ , _ } ou play the accompaniment on the keyboard . _ I CAS , CONOHD 1 PREPARATION • Select a rhythm and set its tempo . • Select the accompaniment mode you want to use . Press AUTO HARMONIZE to turn on Auto Harmo - nize . To use synchro start • This causes the AUTO HARMONIZE indicator to appear on the display . _ , , Press the SYNCHRO / ENDING button to put the key - board into synchro start standby . , 2o ] Start Auto Accompaniment play , and play something 2 Play a chord on the accompaniment keyboard . on the keyboard . • The r ] _ ) thin pattern starts to p ] ay automatica ] ly as soon as you play a chord . 4o To turn off Auto Harmonize , press AUTO HARMO - NIZE . I NOTES I • This causes the AUTO HARMONIZE indicator to disappear . • Only the rhythm plays ( without chords ) if all the lamps above the MODE button are off . I NOTES I • If you press the INTRO button before playing anything on the keyboard , • Auto Harmonize turns off temporarily whenever you start demo tune the rhythm starts automatically with an intro pattern when you play some - play , or perform a Synthesizer or floppy disk operation ( WK - 1800 only ) . thing on the keyboard . It turns back on as soon as the operation or function that caused it to • To cancel synchro start standby , press the SYNCHRO / ENDING button turn off is finished . one more time . • Note that you cannot use Auto Harmonize and layer at the same time . • Auto Harmonize is enabled only when the Auto Accompaniment mode is FINGERED or CASIO CHORD . Finishing with an Ending Pattern You can end your performances with an ending pattern that brings the rhythm you are using to a natural - sounding conclusion . To finish with an ending pattern While the rhythm is playing , press the SYNCHRO / END - IN ( ; button . • This causes the ending pattern to p ] a _ 5 which brings rhythm ac - companiment to an end . E - 25 733A - E - 027A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 21 ~ 27 Page25 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 28

About Auto Harmonize notes and tones Using Free Session The notes you pla } on the keyboard are called " melody notes / ' while This keyboard comes pre - programmed _ ith a collection of " Free Ses - the notes added to the melody by Auto Harmonize is called the " hat - " _ Mons , " which are Auto Accompaniments that automatically match monize notes . " Auto Harmonize normally uses the tone you selected chord progression , tone , tempo and other settings to the currently for the melody notes as the tone for the harmonize notes , but you can selected rhythm pattern . Starting a Free Session causes the entire key - use the Mixer ( page E - 28 ) to specify a different tone for the harmo - board to become a melody keyboard for play along with the repeat - nize notes . ing chord progression of the Free Session . The harmonize note tone is assigned to Mixer Channel 2 , so change Channel 2 to the tone you want to use for the harmonize notes . Pre - programmed settings in accordance with the selected rhythm ] n addition to the tone , you can also use the Mixe ] to change a num - pattern are used _ \ hene _ er Free Session is turned on . ber of other parameters , such as volume balance . See " Changing the Parameters of a Channel " on page E - 3O for details on these proce - • Chord progression dures . • Keyboard tone and volume • Layer or Auto Harmonize on / off I NOTES I • Layered tone and volume ( when layel is turned on ) or harmonize • The default harmonize note tone when you first turn on Auto Harmonize tone and volume ( when harmonize is turned on ) . is the same tone as the melody note tone , • Tempo • Changing the melody tone setting automatically changes the harmo - • Acconhpaniment v o ] ume nize note tone to the same setting , To use Free Session Using One - touch Preset Select the rhythm you want to use . One - touch preset automatica ] l _ makes the settings listed below in accordance with the rhythm pattern you are using . A , Press the FREE SESSION button . • The ] amp above the button lights to indicate that Free Ses - • Keyboard tone and vohm _ e sion is tumed on . • Layer or Auto Harmonize on / off • Layered tone and volume ( when layer is turned on ) or harmonize Press the START / STOP button . tone and volume ( when harmonize is turned on ) . • This starts the repeating chord progression of the preset Auto • T _ mpo Accompaniment to match the selected rhythm . • Accompaniment VO ] U ] T / e • Press START / STOP again if you want to stop the progres - sion . To use one - touch preset To turn off Free Session , press the FREE SESSION but - ' _ ; Select the rhythm you want to use . ton again . • The lamp abo _ , e the FREE SESSION button is not lit when ? J Free Session is turned off . _ , Use the MODE button to select the accompaniment mode you want to use . # NOTES I • The default root note of the first chord is C ( See " Free Session Chord A , Press the ONE TOUCH PRESET button . Progression Chart " on page A - 2 for details ) . You can change to a differ - • This automatically makes the one - touch preset settings in ac - ent root by pressing the corresponding key within the accompaniment cordance with the rhythm you selected . keyboard instead of START / STOP in the above procedure . • You can also use the INTRO , NORMAL / FILL - IN , VARIATION / FILL - IN , " _ Start rhythm and Auto Accompaniment , and play and SYNCHRO / ENDING buttons while Free Session accompaniment is playing , something on the keyboard . • Tone and tempo settings can be changed while a Free Session Auto • Accompaniment is played using the one touch preset set - Accompaniment is playing . The rhythm pattern can also be changed tings . while a Free Session Auto Accompaniment is playing , but the chord progression does not change in this case unless you stop Auto Accom - paniment and restart it . • You must stop the Auto Accompaniment to change the root note of the first chord . • Changing to a rhythm pattern with a different meter can affect chord change timing . E - 26 733A E 028A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 21 ~ 27 Page26 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 29

Turning Auto Accompaniment Parts On and Off Auto Accompaniment patterns are made up of five parts , named : Chord 1 , Chord 2 , Chord 3 , Bass , and Rhythm . You can turn these parts on and off to create exactly the type of accompaniment pattern you want Parts are turned on and off using channel buttons 6 through 10 . The table below shows the relationship between accompaniment parts and channel buttons . Chord 1 CH6 Chord 2 CH7 Chord 3 CH8 Bass CH9 Rhythm CH10 See " Turning Channels On and Off " on page E - 29 for full details on how to turn Auto Accompaniment parts on and off . I NOTE I With some rhythm patterns , some parts are assigned all rests ( which mean they normally do not play even when turned on ) . Adjusting the Accompaniment Volume The fo ] lovx ing procedure adjusts the o _ eral ] _ o ] ume of all the accom - paniment parts by specifying a value in the range of OOO ( minimum ) to 127 ( maximum ) . • Accompaniment volume can be changed in the Internal Mode only . See " Mixer Modes " on page E - 28 for details on the Internal Mode . _ ' _ Press the CH5 ( ACC VOL ) button . _ % Use the [ A ] and [ V ] cursor keys to increase or de - crease the displayed value . i O O O O IPOelIOooOOONQO I New accompanimem volume setting # NOTES I • You can also use the Mixer to adjust the volume for each individual Auto Accompaniment part , See " Mixer Function " on page E - 28 for details . • The accompaniment volume setting screen is cleared if you do not input anything for about five seconds . E - 27 739A - E - O29A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 21 ~ 27 Page27 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 30

Mixer Features The Auto Accompaniment feature and sequencers of this keyboard CH1 Main tone UPPER1 i . can play up to ] 6 different musical instrument parts at the same time . You can also play along on the keyboard , and even use layer and Layered tone CH2 UPPER2 split to add even more instrument parts . Auto Harmonize harmony tone For example , the following table shows the seven parts that would CH3 Split tone LOWER 1 play if you use layer to play two tones on the keyboard while Auto CH4 Layered / split tone LOWER2 Accompaniment play is in progress . Auto Harmonize split tone Main tone @ ) Keyboard CH5 Main accompaniment volume ACC VOL . ( 2 ) Layered tone CH6 Auto Accompaniment chord 1 CHORD1 Chord l ( 3 ) Auto Accompaniment CH7 Auto Accompaniment chord 2 CHORD2 Chord 2 ( 4 ) CH8 Auto Accompaniment chord 3 CHORD3 Chord 3 ( 5 ) CH9 Auto Accompaniment bass BASS Ba ss ( 6 ) CH1O Auto Accompaniment rhythm RHYTHM ( 7 ) Rhythm CH11 Song Sequencer track 1 TR1 CH12 Song Sequencer track 2 TR2 The Mixer makes it possible for you to turn each of the above parts CH13 Song Sequencer track 3 TR3 on and off , and also speci fy the tone , volume , stereo ( pan ) point , and DSP effect for each . CH14 Song Sequencer track 4 TR4 CH15 Song Sequencer track 5 TR5 I NOTE I CH16 Song Secluencer track 6 TR6 The above explanation applies to the Mixer's Internal Mode . I NOTES I • In this manual , " channel " is abbreviated as " CH , " which matches the Parts and Channels channel numbers marked on the keyboard above the CHANNEL but - tons . Each part for keyboard play , Auto Accompaniment patterns and Song • The CHANNEL button name in the above table corresponds to the text Sequencer tunes is assigned to one of 16 channels . You can use the marked on the keyboard below the CHANNEL buttons . Mixer to select a channel and adjust various parameters of the as - • The part names shown in the " Part " column of the above table corre - signed part . The following table shows the parts assigned to each spond to the parts that can be selected using the Mixer's internal mode . channel . In the case of the External Mode ( see following section ) , the part as - signed to each channel corresponds to each MIDI channel . Mixer Modes The Mixer has t _ o main modes , an Internal mode and an External Mode , each of _ hich is described in detail below . Internal Mode This mode lets you control each channel ( ir _ ternal c ] _ annels ) when using the keyboard internal control ( keyboard play , Auto Accompa - niment , Song Sequencer playback ) . This is the default Mixer mode whenever you turn on keyboard power . E - 28 733A E 030A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 28 - o31 Page28 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 31

To select the Mixer mode play play Press the MIXER SELECT hutton to toggle between the Mixer mode AutoAccoipaniment Song Seiuencer sub - modes as shown in the illustration below . The currently selected mode is indicated on the display . I I I I ! 111213141 161718191101.11211311411511GI INTERNAL _ = _ Internal I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Internal Channel 1 1 The internal mode allows independent centre [ of there 16 internal channels . ] EXTERNAL ! _ _ _ External rr1113 £ 1 r . - . External Mode The External Mode provides control of each cham _ el ( external chan - 1 nels ) when the keyboard's sound source is under control ( MIDI in - put , SMF playbacl < ' ) of an external device . EXTERNAL _ _ te _ External / Solo SOLO ID _ _ I _ . ' . I MIDI inputor SMF plauback * I 1 ! I I External / Play PLAY EX31t " - _ 11r : _ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I External Channel 1 Turning Channels On and Off The External Mode allows independent control of there 16 externalchannels . Press the CHANNEL buttons to toggle individual chmmels on and off . Indicators on the display sho _ x the current on / off status of each The External Mode has three sub - modes : External , External / Solo , and channeh External / Pla _ WWWWWWWW _ WWWWWWW External . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This is the basic External Mode , which is used Drg _ rglrw'lFg _ E3ZIrvlrglE ? KlK ! NII [ iX ] Ir _ IIKii ] _ DD for most external channel parameters . External / Solo . . . . . . . . This mode turns one channel on and all other C ! annelon _ off ] channels off . It is used playing MIDI input ( or SMF playback _ ) that simultaneously uses multi - p ] e channels of the keyboard's sound source . The channel affected and the operation performed _ hen a CHAN - External / Play . . . . . . . . This mode is a mirror of the External / Solo Mode . NEL button is pressed depends on what Mixer mode you are in , as It turns one channel off and all other channels o14 . described below . It comes in handy , for example , when you want to turn off a specific part of SMF playback _ and Internal Mode play along on the keyboard . • Each press of a CHANNEL hutton toggles the applicahle channel I NOTES I on and off ( except CHS ) . • The internal channels controlled by the internal mode are completely • The on / off status of each channel determines the on / off status of different from the external channels controlled by the external mode , the corresponding part for keyboard play , Auto Accompaniment , This means that there are a total of 32 different channels , The Mixer and Song Sequencer playback . mode saves internal mode and External Mode parameters separately • Changing to a different rhythm causes Mixer Settings for CH6 from each other . through CH10 to change to t } _ e default settings assigned to the new • The External Mode is for MIDI ( or SMF playbackS ) . Operation of the rhythm . These settings also change to the defaults for the currently External / Play Mode is particularly suited to MIDI play , See " MIDI " on selected rhythm pattern whenever you switch between the Intro , page E - 60 for information about how the Mixer is used during MIDI op - erations , Normal , Variation , Fill - in , and Ending patterns . External Mode SMF Playback ( WK - 1800 only ) On / off settings in this mode affect MIDI input and SMF playback The built - in disk drive of the WK - 1800 allows playback of SMF channels ( WK - 1800 onl ? ) . ( standard MIDI files ) from diskette . See " Using the Floppy Disk Drive ( WK - 1800 Only ) " on page E - 67 for details . • [ n the External Mode , each press of CHANNEL button CH1 through CH16 toggles the applicable channel on and off . • [ n the External / Solo Mode , pressing a CHANNEL button turns on that channel and turns all the other channels off . • [ n the External / Play Mode , pressing a CHANNEL button turns off that channel and turns all the other channels on . E - 29 733A - E - 031A WK Z8OO / 16OO ( E ) 28 - _ 31 Page29 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 32

Changing the Parameters of a Channel After making additional settings in step 4 , press the ENTER button . Use tile follov _ ing p ] ocedure to change the parameters of each indi - vidual cbanne ] . • [ f you do ] hot perform any operation for about five seconds while a channel number frame is flashing , the display re - PREPARATION turns to that in step 1 of the above procedure automatically . • Turn off the Synthesizer Song Sequencer , or Pattern Sequencer if any of them are turned on . I NOTES I • Internal Mode and External Mode settings you make with the above procedure are stored separately . To change channel parameters • You can change the parameters of a channel regardless of whether the channel is on or off . Press the MIXER SELECT button to select the Mixer • Changing a Mixer internal mode channel setting causes the MIDI mes - sage that corresponds to the change to be output through the MIDI OUT mode you want to use . terminal . • Select the inter ] hal mode to make layer , split , Auto Accompa - niment , or Song Sequencer settings . • Select the External Mode to make MIDI settings . • You can also make settings using the External / Solo or Exter - To make additional channel parameter settings nal / Play Modes , but we recommend using the External When making chamle ] parameter settings , press the ENTER button Mode . to display the first additional channel parameter screen . Use the [ A ] and [ V ] cursor keys to scroll through the setting screens ® Use the [ < ] and [ 1 _ ] cursor keys to select the channel shown below . whose parameters you want to change . While any setting screen is on the display ; use the number keys or [ + ] • See page E - 28 for details on layer , split , Auto Accompani - and [ - ] to change the palameter to the value you want . ment , and Song Sequencer channel assignments . • The frame around the currently selected channel ( the cur - rent channel ) flashes , to indicate that it is selected . [ Setting Range ] v . . . . . . . . nn _ t to 6 • eoto oo ] o * . . . . . . . . . . UUU . . . . . J _ IL / ' - 41 _ - Channel number frame fain , i * moe • • • • ] iii . . . . . . . . . . • The on / off status of the current channel is indicated in the measure number area of the display ( item 11 on page E - f0 ) . 06 " / ' ; " ; ; ; ] oo . o . . . . . . . o . . . . . o . . . n . . . of . f . . . o . . F . . . F U # U • • • 1 • * * • i i ÷ , _ . . . . . . Change the current channel's tone and volume pa - UU • • e o • • • l • • • 4 - t . . . . . . . . rameters while a channel number frame is flashing , if you want . • Use the number keys or [ + ] and [ - ] keys to change the to ] he . nUUn . o • em • oo • o ] . . . . . . . . . . . • Use [ A ] and [ V ] to change the volume . The current volume setting is shown as a value in the metronome area of the dis - play ( item 15 on page E - 10 ) , and by the level indicator . VOLUME : : 3 - segmleevnetl See the following section titled " Additional Channel Mode Parame - ters " on page E - 31 for details on what each of these parameters con - _ jl _ volume level of trois . _ L _ and each channel . _ indicator shows I NOTES I • The first screen is normally the pan screen . If you used the additional channel parameter screens since turning on power , the last setting you _ ' _ ; _ , , To make additional settings for the current channel , used appears first . press the ENTER button while a channel number frame • You can use the [ < ] and [ IJ - ] cursor keys to change the current channel is flashing . while an additional channel parameter screen is on the display . • See " To make additional cha ] hnel parameter settings " for • Channel 10 is reserved for drum sounds , so only tone number 192 to 199 can be selected . details on making additional channel parameters . E - 30 733A E 032A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 28 - _ 31 Page30 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 33

Additional Channel Mode Parameters The fo ] lowing describes each of the additional chmmel mode param - eters . Program Change Number This parameter controls the tone assigned to the cham _ eh Volume This is the parameter that controls the volume of the se ] ected chan - neh Pan This parameter controls the pan pot , which is the center point of the left and right stereo channels . Setting 064 specifies center , a value less than 064 moves the point left and a value greater than 064 moves it right . Effect Send This parameter controls the depth of the digital effect ( DSP ) for each channeh Enhancer and Loudness , however , are not changed . Fine Tune This parameter controls the fine tuning of the selected cham _ el's pitch in cent units . Coarse Tune This parameter controls the coarse tuning of the selected channel's pitch in semitone units . Expression This parameter controls the volume of the selected cham _ eh Though this parameter is identical to the volume parameter , it is used for desktop music applications . E - 31 733A - E - O33A WK ZS00 / 1600 ( E ) 28 - o31 Page31 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 34

Volume The Synthesizer of this keyboard provides all the tools you need for creating your own original tones . Simply select one of the built - in tones and change its parameters to create your own original sound . You can even store your sounds in memory for later recall using the same procedure as that used to select a preset tone . Synthesizer Functions The fo ] low . ing describes how to use each of the functions available with the Synthesizer . t t Time Press key Release key Synthesizer Parameters Sudden attack , followed by a gradual decay . . . . . The soumts of the preset tones built into this keyboard are controlled by settings called " parameters . " To create a user tone , you first recall ( 3 ) Tone Pitch Parameters a preset tone and then change its parameters . Note that drum set m Pitch tones ( 192 through 199 ) cannot be used as the basis of a user tone . This pa ] ameter controls the overall pitch of the tone . The figure below shows the parameters that make zip the preset tones and what each parameter does . As you can see , these parameters can m Pitch Envelope Set be divided into four groups , each of which is described in detail in This parameter provides a variety of pitch era'elopes from _ \ hich you the following pages . can choose . This parameter affects This parameter affects # NOTE # rode characteristics . V'olrarne . Pitch envelope 00 selects " No change ( flat ) , " 01 through 17 selects " Vibra - to , " and 18 through 45 selects " Other , " [ ¢ ° PCM s , et . _ 1 _ _ oAmp e0veiope set _ Output t ( 4 ) Volume , Tone Quafity , Parameters m Attack Rate @ * Attack tratee ii : , ' , C en e , @ * Release rate This parameter lets you set the speed of the attack ( the period from @ oLevel the point when you press a key to the point that the tone reaches its These parameters affect @ * Touch sensitivity maximum volume ) . Use this parameter to make fine adjustments to pitch . eo Filter sensitivity the tone characteristics of the amp envelope you are using . ¢ * Filter level e * Pan Volume @ * Transpose These parameters affect volume , tone quality , and how notes are sounded . ( 1 ) Tone Characteristic Parameter m PCM Set This parameter determines the characteristk's of a tone by switching Time t its digitally sampled waveform . You can select a piano , guitar , syn - thesizer , or any other of a variety of musical instrument and digitally Press key sampled waveforms . Tone with slow attack : : ( 2 ) Volume Characteristic Parameter Volume m Amp Envelope Set This set gives you a choice of a variety of different volume envelopes ( changes in volume over time ) : slow attack when a key is pressed , quick attack when a key is pressed , continued sound while a key is depressed , etc . Volume at , tack Rate Time Press key Tone with quick attack b t t Time Press key Release key Gradual attack , followed by a lingering tone , E - 32 733A E 034A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 32 - _ 38 Page 32 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 35

ii Release Rate 1DCO and 2DCO Tones This parameter controls the speed of a tone's release ( the period from " DCO " stands " Digitally Controlled Oscillatol ; " and it represents the tile point when you release a key to the point that the tone stops somxd - smallest unit of sound output by this keyboard . Some of the built - in ing ) . Use this parameter to make fine adjustments to the tone charac - tones are simple tones ( 1DCO ) , and some are layered tones ( 2DCO ) . teristics of the amp envelope you are using . Whenever you select a 2DCO tone as the basis for creating a user tone , remember that you mllst change the parameters of both of the Volume tones ( DCO1 a1 _ d DCO2 ) that make up the layered 2DCO tone . f • • DC02 ° I ' ' l I ' • • DCO _ • ° / : PCM s , et . _ llb " ; . Amp e0v _ lope set t Time @ oPitch @ _ Attack rate Release - , , ° , - ° @ oPitch envelope set ® _ Release rate • " @ ° Level Tone with slow release @ * Touch sensitivit ¢ ° Pan • " t @ * Tranlose Volume Saving User Tones The group of tone numbers from 20g through 231 ( USERgl through USER32 ) is called the " user area " because they are reserved for stor - Release Rate age of user tones . After you recall a preset tone and change its pa - rameters to create your own user tone , you can store it in the user area for later recall . You can recall your tones using the same proce - dure that you use when selecting a preset tone . t Time Release - , , , , , , Tone numbers Tone : , Tone with quick release : , = = Level This parameter controls the overall vohm _ e of the tone . = = Touch Sensitivity This parameter controls changes in the volume of the tone in accor - dance with pressure applied to the keyboard keys . You can specify 000 - 1,27 GM Tone more volume for stronger and less volume for lighter pressure , less volume for stronger pressure , or the same volume regardless of how much pressure is applied to the keys . = = Filter Sensitivity This parameter uses a digital filter to controls change in the quality of the tone in accordance with pressure applied to the keyboard keys . = = Filter Level Selectthe presettone I This parameter controls ho _ the digital filter is applied . = = Pan 128 - t , 91 Synthesized Change parameters [ This parameter controls the stereo center point when using the key - tone board's built in speakers and when otherwise producing stereo out - put . 192 - t , 99 Drum Set L Saveas an originaltone J = = Transpose This parameter controls howmuch thekey ofthekeyboard should be raised orlowered . 200 - 2 - _ 1 E - 33 733A - E - 035A WK ZSOO / 1600 ( E ) 32 _ 38 Page33 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 36

CZ3 o . . . . . . . J . . . . rq : . , : : . ; ; . " 8 88 @ 888 88 E NOTES E Use [ + 1 and [ - 1 to change the setting of the currently • When the keyboard is shipped from the factory , the user area ( tones 200 to 231 ) contain the same tones as tones 128 through 159 . displayed parameter . • You cannot use a drum set tone ( 192 to 199 ) as the basis of a user tone . • You can also use the number keys to input a value to change • Whenever you save a tone and assign it one of the tone numbers in the a parameter setting . See " Parameters and Their Settings " be - user area , any tone data previously assigned to that number is replaced low for information on setting range for each palameter . with the new data . • The keyboard comes with a built - in lithium battery that supplies power If the preset tone you selected in step 1 is a 2DCO to the memory to retain memory contents while keyboard power is turned off . See " Lithium Battery Precautions " on page E - 4 for important infor - tone , press [ V ] twice to display the DCO2 parame - mation about the lithium battery . ters . • You can use the keyboard's MIDI capabilities to save your original tones to a computer or other external storage device . See " Bulk Sending Key - board Data " on page E - 65 for details . O O O O O O O O O _ _ ' _ - - Yl _ / i • With the WK - 1800 , you can use the built - in disk drive to save original tones to diskette . See " Using the Floppy Disk Drive ( WK - 1800 Only ) " on page E - 67 for details . Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set the DCO2 parameters . Creating a User Tone • Press [ A ] two more times to return to the DCOI parameters . Use the following procedure to select a preset tone and change its Play something on the keyboard . parameters to create a user toTle . • To save the tone you created , perform the procedure under " Naming a User Tone and Storing [ t [ n Memory " ( page E - 35 ) , starting from step 2 . J _ , First , select the preset tone you want to use as a basis • To exit user tone creation and return the tone to its original for your user tone . parameters , press the SYNTH button twice or the TONE but - ton ollce . U o oo oooo o o wo ° • Parameters and Their Settings , , . + TEMPO = + 2u The following describes the hmction of each pal ameter and also sho _ s its setting range . 9 _ < Press the SYNTH button . i PCM Set ( 0O0 to 288 ) • This causes the indicator lamp next to the SYNTH button to This parameter switches the digitall } sampled wave form . light and displays a screen that shows whether the tone you selected is a DCO1 or DCO2 tone . O O O • _ O O0 O Ed . . . . . . . . . . I O t9 m Amp Envelope Set ( 000 to 288 ) This parameter controls volume characteristics over time . 9 A , Use [ _ ] and [ 1 _ 1 to display the parameter whose set - ting you want to change . O O O q ) _ q ) O O O d - - _ O IIO O0 O0 _ O O0 O _ . . . . . m Attack Rate ( 001 to 127 ) This parameter controls the speed of the attack . The greater the val - ue , the faster the attack of the selected amp envelope . • Each press of [ _ ] or [ 1 _ ] changes to the next parameter . See " Parameters and Their Settings " on this page for informa - tion about each parameter . O O O II _ llO O O O E - 34 733A E 036A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 32 - _ 38 Page 34 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 37

II Release Rate ( 001 to 127 ) II Filter Level ( 000 to 127 ) This parameter cont ] ols the speed of a tone's release . The greater the This pa ] ameter controls the extent to which tile digital filter is ap - value , the faster the release of the selected amp envelope . plied . The greater the value , the more open the filter and the clearer the sound produced . A smaller value softens the sound . - - O O OIIOt , _ O O O O [ - - O O O II O + OO0 O [ II Pitch Envelope Set ( 00 to 45 ) This parameter conhols the pitch of a tone over time . User Tone Creation Hints Tile following hits provide helpful advice on making user tone cre - - - 0 0 0 II 0 O _ 0 0 0 [ d I ° ation a bit quicker and easier . Use a preset tone that is similar to the one you are trying to create . Whenever you ah : eady have a rough idea of the tone you are trying II Pitch ( - 64 to 63 ) to create , it is always a good idea to start with a preset tone that is This parameter controls the overall pitch of the tone . A greater posi - similar . If you want to use a layered tone , start out with a 2DCO tone . tive value raises the pitch from standard , while a negative value low - ers the pitch . A setting of zero sets the pitch to the standard setting Determine the most important parameter . for the selected tone . The PCM Set and Amp Envelope Set parameters are the major fac - tors that determine the overall personality of a tone . Start out with - - O O O • m _ O O these two parameters to get the general sound you want , and then [ use the other parameters to add the finishing touches . Experiment with various different settings . m Transpose ( - 12 to 12 ) There are no leal rules a } xmt what a tone should sound like . ] Let your This parameter raises and lowers o _ erall tuning b } semitone units . A setting of - 12 is one octa _ e lo _ el _ while 12 is 1 octave higher . imagination run free and experiment _ ith different combinations . You may be surprised at xahat you can achiex e . + + + ; _ Le + ; : + + + : + + t + - - O 110141 @ 1 O [ d I + Tone Name [ Strings + S . Sax ] Baset . . . . . . . . ber N + am + t _ + + + + + + + + f + ani + : 1 PCMSet 000 288 244 245 II Level ( 000 to 127 ) 244 245 2 Amp EnvelopeSet 000 288 This parameter controls the overall volume of the tone . The greater 3 Attack Rate 001 ~ 127 087 087 the value , the greater the volume , getting a ] eve ] of zero means that the tone does not sound at all . 4 ReleaseRate 001 + 127 027 027 O0 O0 5 Fitch EnvelopeSet O0 45 6 Fitch - 64 + O0 63 O0 O0 0 [ d - Iooo . < . oo + H o + O0 O0 7 Transpose - 12 O0 12 8 Level 000 127 087 090 9 Touch Sense - 64 O0 63 - 09 59 II Touch Sensitivity ( - 64 to 63 ) 10 Pan - 64 O0 63 - 63 63 This parameter controls changes in the volume of the tone in accor - 11 Filter Sense 000 127 000 118 dance with the pressure applied to the keyboard keys . A greater pos - 12 Filter Level 000 127 079 087 itive value increases the volmne of the output as pressure increases , while a negative value decreases volume with increased keyboard ePress keys hard / soft pressure . A setting of zero specifies no change in output volume in Tone Name [ LFO Bell + Saw ] Base tone number accordance with keyboard pressure . PCMSet 000 ~ 288 112 113 000 ~ 288 112 113 Amp EnvelopeSet d - / . . . ° Attack Rate 001 ~ 127 089 115 4 ReleaseRate 001 ~ 127 028 028 II Pan ( - 64 to 63 ) O0 ~ 45 O0 O0 PitchEnvelopeSet This palameter controls the stereo center point when using the key - Pitch - 64 ~ O0 ~ 63 - 04 04 board's built - in speakers and when otherwise producing stereo out - 6 - 12 ~ O0 ~ 12 O0 O0 Transpose put + A large ] : value moves the center point to the right , while a small - 7 er value moves it to the left . 8 Level 000 ~ 127 087 095 Touch Sense = 64 ~ O0 ~ 63 63 63 9 10 Pan - 64 ~ O0 ~ 63 O0 O0 i 11 Filter , _ ense I d - I ooooo . = . 000 ~ 127 019 019 12 Filter Level 000 ~ 127 075 095 eHold down keys II Filter Sensitivity ( 000 to 127 ) This parametel controls changes in the quality of the tone in accor - dance with pressure applied to the keyboard keys . A greater value increases the change in tone quality as pressure increases , while a Naming a User Tone and Storing It In smaller value decreases the change in tone quality . A setting of zero specifies no change . Memory The following procedlare shows how to assign a name to a user tone and store the tone in memory . Once a tone is stored , you can call it up - - O O O O _ 11 O O , , , O just as you do > ith a preset tone . [ d l . . . . . . . . E - 35 733A + E + O37A wK zsoo / 16oo ( s ) 32 + 38 Page35 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 38

To name a user tone and store it in memory Use [ + ] and [ - ] and the number keys to display the first character of the name . Select a preset tone to use as the basis for the user • [ + ] and [ - ] input alpha characters , while the m ] mber keys tone . Next , press the SYNTH button and change the input mm _ erals . parameter settings to create your tone . 2 + After making parameter settings to create the user tone , O _ O OOOO0 O press the SYNTH button . [ • This causes the message " Save ? " to appear on the display < / + Press [ 1 _ ] to move to the next character . Repeat step 6 _ O O O • • O O O O 0 Itto ir _ ut the rest of the characters of the name . • To abort the save operation without saving anything , press O O O II II O _ O _ O NO , which causes the message " Delete ? " to appear on the [ display . Press NO to return to the parameter setting screen without deleting the tone . • Pressing YES while the " Delete ? " message is on the screen deletes the tone and exits the Synthesizer . @ + Press ENTER to save the user tone . _ % , , Press YES in response to the " Save ? " message to dis - play the destination user area tone number . _ o o e , qJo o o o o [ [ o . o . o . o olo • Press YES to save the new tone and replace any tone data already assigned to the tone number you selected . Pressing NO does not save the tone and returns to the screen in step _ ; ; _ Use the number keys to change the user area tone 2 , above . number on the display until the one where you want • To cancel the save operation and exit the Synthesize ] _ press to store the tone is shown . SYNTH or TONE . Pressing the SYNTH button again ( before selecting another tone ) returns to the Synthesizer with all of • You can select any tone m ] mber from 200 to 231 . your parameter settings still in place . I NOTE I O O ONOO0 O Auto Harmonize , layer , split , Auto Accompaniment , demo tunes , Song [ Sequencer , Pattern Sequencer , MIDI , and floppy disk ( WK - 1800 only ) op - erations are all disabled while you are using the Synthesizer . # ' _ Press ENTER . Letters and Numerals • This displays the user tone input screen to appear , _ ith the The table below sho _ s the letters and numerals that you can input first character of the default tone name flashing , which indi - for a tone name . cates that you can input letters . • If you do not want to assign a name , skip steps 6 and 7 . ! o . . o _ . . . [ • J BS • ° S - o - - - _ oo w _ • o • oo oo oo oo oo oo oo o $ oo oo _ E - 36 733A + E - 038A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 32 - _ 38 Page 36 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 39

Setup Names Registration Memory Features Set ups are stored into registration memory by assigning them names . Registration memory lets you store up to 20 ( 5 sets x 4 banks ) ke _ - Each setup name consists of a bank mm _ ber from O to 3 , followed by board setups for instant recall whenever you need them . The follow - a letter from A to E . The 20 setup names range from 0A through 3E as ing is a list of settings that are saved in registration memory . shown below . Registration Memory Settings • Tone • Rhythm • Tempo • Split on / off • Split point • Layer on / off • Auto Harmonize on / off < i I _ 2 : • Mixer settings • Keyboard channel on / off • DSP ( digital effect ) on / off A B C D E • DSP ( digital effect ) settings • Accompaniment mode BANK 0 0 - A 0 - B 0 - C 0 - D 0 - E • Touch Response settings BANK 1 1 - A 1 - B 1 - C 1 - D 1 - E • Assignable jack setting BANK 2 2 - A 2 - B 2 - C 2 - D 2 - E • Transpose BANK 3 3 - A 3 - B 3 - C 3 - D & E • Tuning • Pitch Bend range • Sound range shift on / off ( 1 Use the BANK button to select the bank . Each press of BANK cy - cle through the bank numbers from O to 3 . I NOTE , 9 I ( Use the REGISTRATION buttons to specify the ] etter part of the • Registration memory functions are disabled while you are using the Syn - setup nallle . thesizer , Song Sequencer , Pattern Sequencer demo tune function or floppy disk operations ( WK - 1800 only ) . I NOTE , 9 I • Registration memory contains factory default setups when you first pur - • Whenever you save a setup and assign it a setup name , any setup data chase the keyboard and after you initialize the keyboard ( page E - 15 ) . previously assigned to that name is replaced with the new data . Try recalling some of the default setups to see what they do . • The keyboard comes with a built - in lithium battery that supplies power to the memory to retain memory contents while keyboard power is turned off . See " Lithium Battery Precautions " on page E - 4 for important infor - mation about the lithium battery . • You can use the keyboard's MIDI capabilities to save your setup data to a computer or other external storage device . See " Bulk Sending Key - board Data " on page E - 85 for details . • With the WK - 1800 , you can use the built - in disk drive to save setup data to diskette . See " Using the Floppy Disk Drive ( WK - 1800 Only ) " on page E - 87 for details . 733A E 039A E - 37 wK zsoo / z6oo ( E ) 92 - 38 Page37 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 40

To Save a Setup in Registration Memory To Recall a Setup from Registration Memory , , , d Select a tone and rhythm , and otherwise set up the keyboard the way you want it . _ ' Use the BANK button to select the bank . • See " Registration Memory Settings " on | , age E - 37 for details • [ f you do not perform any operation for about five seconds on _ hat data is stored in the registration memory . after pressing the BANK button the keyboard automatical - ly clears the registratk ) l _ memory recall screen . _ ; . . . . Use the BANK button to select the bank you want . • If } ou do not perform any operation for about five seconds after pressing the BANK button , the display returns to the [ t , - - o o ooooo o o ] contents in step 1 , abo _ e . • Bank 0 selected . Press the REGISTRATION button to input the letter I Un - - o o o o ooo o o ] part of the setup name . • Bank 1 selected . I sb . . . . . . . . . . . ] . - - O O OOOO0 O O 1 . ' ] • The setup name along with the message " Recall " appear on the display for about five seconds . I NOTE # If you press a REGISTRATION button without using the BANK button to _ , , While holding down the STORE button , press a REG - select a bank first , the last bank number selected is used . ISTRATION button . • The following display appears _ hen you press the B button . l lb . . . . - . . . ] _ ' _ , Release the STORE and REGISTRATION button . I NOTES I • The setup is saved as soon as you press a REGISTRATION button in step 3 , above . • With the WK - 1800 , you can batch save all setups to diskette . See " Us - ing the Floppy Disk Drive ( WK - 1800 Only ) " on page E - 67 for details . E - 38 733A E 040A WK zsoo / 1600 ( E ) 32 _ 38 Page38 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 41

The built - in Song Sequencer lets you record up to two separate songs Global Settings and Operations in memory for later playback . A global setting or operation is one that affects all the tracks that make up a song . The following is a list of the global settings and opera - tions . Songs and Tracks • Metronome setting The Song Sequencer records and plays back much like a standard • Song delete tape recorder . You can have up to two separate , independent songs • Meter setting in Song Sequencer memory at the same time . • Initial tempo value Each song is make up of a total of six tracks , each of which can be • Quantize setting after recording recorded separately . Then when you play back the hacks together , it sounds like an entire group of musicians , each playing a different See " Global Settings and Operations " on page E - 45 for full details on part . what each setting and operation does , and how to use them . Song Sequencer Data Song The type of data that is stored by the Song Seqilencer during a re - cording operation depends on whether you are using real - time re - cording or punch - in recording . The same type of data is recolded regardless of the track , except that only Track I records Auto Accom - paniment . As shown in the illustration above , you add tracks one - by - one _ xhile Real - time Recording - Track 1 Only listening to the tracks you recorded previously . The following data is recorded by Track 1 in addition to the data list - I NOTES I ed described under " Real - time [ , _ ecording - All Tracks " below . • Rhythm pattern and rhythm pattern changes during recording • With this keyboard , Track 1 can be used to record keyboard play and • [ NTRO , SYNCHRO / ENDING , NORMAL / FILL - IN , VARIATION / Auto Accompaniment . Tracks 2 through 6 can be used for keyboard FILL - IN button operations play only , so they are called melody tracks . As shown in the illustration • Chords played on the accompaniment keyboard above , you record Tracks 2 through 6 while listening to what you have already recorded up to that point . • Note that each track is independent of the others . This means that even Real - time Recording - All Tracks if you make a mistake while recording , you only need to re - record the track where the mistake was made . • Notes played on the keyboard • Tone settings can be changed during recording , and each tone change • Initial tone setting and any changes made during recording is recorded in the applicable track . This means you can have up to six • PITCH BEND Wheel operations different instrument parts in one song . • MODULATION Wheel operations • Pedal operations ( when an optional pedal is connected ) Punch - in Recording - Track 1 Only Recording The following data is recoMed by Track 1 only during punch - in re - There are two methods you can use to record xaith the Song Secluenc - cording . er : real - time recording and punch - in recording . • Rhythm pattern changes during recording • Chord specifications Real - time Recording • [ NTRO , SYNCHRO / ENDING , NORMAL / FILL - IN , VARIATION / FILL - IN button operations With this method , notes are recorded ; is you play them on the key - board . Punch - in Recording This method lets you re - record from a specific section of a song that is already in men _ ory . You can use punch - in recording to correct mis - takes you made during real - time recording . E - 39 733A E 041A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page39 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 42

: 7 : ! : : < i . i . : . i . i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : L L • Turning off the keyboard while a record operation is in progress Punch - in Recording - Tracks 1 through 6 causes any data partially recorded to a track to be deleted . • Notes played on tile keyhoard • Song Sequencer memory contents can be sent to a computer or other • Initial tone setting and any changes made during recording external device as MIDI data for storage . See " Bulk Sending Key - • PITCH BEND Wheel operations board Data " on page E - 65 for details . • MODULAT [ ON Wheel operations • With the WK - 1800 , you canalsostoreSongSequencermemorydata • Pedal operations ( when an optional pedal is connected ) on a floppy diskette . See " Using the Floppy Disk Drive ( WK - 1800 Only ) " on page E - 67 for details . Unrecorded Data The following data is not recorded by the Song Sequencer . • Touch Response on / off setting Song Sequencer Modes • One - touch preset operations • Registration memory operations The song sequencer has two modes : a Record / Playback Mode for • Free Session real - time recording , punch - in recording , and song playback , and a • Layer , split , Auto Harmonize settings Global Mode . The following illustration shows how each of these modes is indicated . One - time Only Settings SongSequencerOff Q _ / Unlit Tempo SONG uuu Onl _ one tempo setting can be made at the beginning of the record - ing . Tempo cannot be changed _ hile recording is in progress . Mixer ( CH11 to CH16 ) Mixer settings can be made at the beginning of the recording only , hut they can be changed after the recording is complete . The Mixer settings in effect when you enter record standby are the ones that are 5E , P , . . . . . . . • recorded . Song Sequencer Memory Capacity Song Sequencer memory capacity depends on the keyboard model . " S _ i _ 4 ' _ # ¢ SONG WK - 1800 : 8,000 notes , , , , , , < , , , _ , , , , [ [ [ [ [ [ ] WK - ] 600 / 1630 : 4,900 notes m H f _ m • Available notes can all be used for a single song , or divided be - I tween two songs . • The measure number ( item ] ] on page E - 10 ) and beat nmnber ( item 10 on page E - 10 ) flashing on the display during recording indi - • The indicator lamp above the SONG button is off when the Song cates that memory is almost full ( space for about 100 notes or less Sequencer is turned off . remaining ) . • Pressing the SONG button once turns on the Song Sequencer and • Recording stops automatically as soon as memory becomes full . enters the Record / Playback Mode . The indicator lamp above the Auto Accompaniment and rhythm pattern play also stops at this SONG button turns on at this time . time if you are using them . • Pressing the SONG button again changes to the Global Mode , which causes the indicator lamp above the SONG button to flash . • Pressing the SONG button exits the Global Mode . • Pressing the ENTER button in the Global Mode returns to the Song Sequencer Memory Precautions Record / Playback Mode . Note the fo ] ] owing important points about data stored in Song Se - quencer Memory . • Recording to a track that already contains data replaces the previ - Real - time Recording ous recording with the new one . • The keyboard comes with a built - in lithium battery that supplies Note that the procedure you use for Track 1 is different from that for power to the memory to retain Song Sequencer memory data . If Tracks 2 thlough 6 . this lithium battery goes dead , memory contents are deleted any time keyboard power is turned off . The normal life of the original PREPARATION battery is five years from the time it is loaded at the factory . [ t is up • Determine the tones and rhythms ( if any ) that you want to use . to you to contact your nearest CASIO service provider about hav - • Use the MODE button to select the Auto Accompaniment mode you want ing the lithium battery replaced periodically . Note that the cost for to start recording with . If you do not want to start with Auto Accompani - battery replacement will be charged to you . ment , select OFF . • Set the tempo that you want to use during recording . E - 40 733A - E - O42A WK 1800 / Z600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page40 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 43

I NOTES I After you are finished playing , press START / STOP • You can change the tone and rhythm while recording is in progress , Any again to stop recording . changes you make become part of the recorded data . • The tempo you use for recording does not affect the tempo of the play - • The REC indicator clears from the display when recording is back . This means you can record at a very slow tempo for easy play , stopped . and then speed up the tempo for playback . • Pressing START / STOP again at this point plays back the song • If you are using a rhythm pattern , notes are recorded using the meter that you just finished recording . See " Playing Back from Song ( time ) of the rhythm pattern . If you are not using a rhythm pattern , you Sequencer Memory " on page E - 45 for details on song play - must set the meter yourself using the procedure under " Meter ( ) " on back . page E - 46 . • The following procedure shows the most basic operations for real - time I NO TE , . q I recording to Track 1 . For other variations , see " Track 1 Real - time Re - • Real - time recording to a track that already contains data replaces the cording Variations " on this page . previous recording with the new one . • If you make a mistake while recording , you can either record over again To use real - time recording in Track 1 from step 1 , or you can use punch - in recording ( page E - 42 ) to correct them . • If you change the rhythm pattern part way through real - time recording , ' s _ Press the SONG button once , the meter value indicated on the display remains unchanged even if • This causes the indicator ] amp above the SONG button to the new rhythm has a different meter . light . 9 _ < , Select the user song area to which you want to record . Track 1 Real - time Recording Variations • Use [ + ] and H to select User Song Area O ( SG0 ) o1 : User Song Area 1 ( SG1 ) . The following describes a number of different va ] Jations you can use when recording to Track I using real - time recording . All of these vari - ations are based upon the procedure described under " To l _ lse real - time recording in Track 1 " on this page . 5 UrnU 0 o o • oaoo ] • To record without rhythm • Change Mixer settings ( CH1 ) if you want . The Mixer settings Skip step 5 . P , eal - time recording _ ithout a rhythm starts when you you make for CH1 are copied to Track 1 during recording . press a keyboard key . 9 _ Press the RECORD button to enter record standby . • The REC indicator and the frame around the CH11 ( Track 1 ) • To start recording with synchro start flashes on the displa _ 11lplace of step 5 , press the 5YNCHRO / ENDING button . Auto - accom - paniment and recording will both start when you play a chord on the accompaniment keyboard . • To record using an intro , ending , or fill - in During recording , the INTP , O , SYNCHRO / ENDING , NORMAL / FILL - IN , and VARIATION / FILL - IN buttons ( page E - 24 to 25 ) can all be used to perform their normal operation . • Track 1 ( CHll ) is automatically selected as the record track whenever you enter record standby . • To synchro start Auto Accompaniment with an intro • Channels CH 11 through CH 16 of the level meter show w hich pattern tracks already contain recorded data . See " Level Meter Dur - ing Record Operations " o11 page E - 44 for details o11 how to In place of step 5 , press the SYNCHRO / ENDING button and then read the level meter . the INTRO button . Auto Accompaniment will start with the intro pattern when you play a chord on the accompaniment keyhoard . Make any tone , rhythm , or accompaniment mode set - ting you want • To start Auto Accompaniment part way into a record - ing Press the START / STOP button to start recording . • At this time the REC indicator stops flashing . In phlce of step 5 , press the SYNCHRO / ENDING button and then • The metronome normally sounds during recording . If you start playing on the melody keyboard to sta ] t recording without ac - companiment When you reach the point where you want accompa - want to turn off the metronome , use the procedure under " Metronome Setting ( i ) " on page E - 46 . niment to start , play a chord on the accompaniment keyboard to start Auto Accompaniment Play the notes you want to record on the keyboard . • Chords played on the accompanin _ ent keyhoard in accor - dance with the accompaniment method selected with the MODE button are also recorded in Track 1 . • PITCH BEND Wheel and pedal operations are also record - ed . See " Real - time Recording - All Tl : acks " on page E - 39 for details . 793A E 048A E - 41 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page 41 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 44

s , , J [ ] 2 _ : _ / q : : : : : J D @ To use real - time recording in Tracks 2 through 6 After you are finished , press START / STOP to stop re - I NOTE I cording . If you are performing real - time recording in Tracks 2 through 6 immediate - • The REC indicator disappears from the display when record - ly after you finished real - time recording in Track 1 , skip steps 1 and 2 of ins is stopped . the following procedure . At this point you can repeat steps 3 through 8 for oth - Press the SONG button once , er tracks , if you want . • This causes the indicator lamp above the SONG button to light . 9 Select tile user song area to which you want to record . Punch - in Recording • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to select User Song Area O ( SGO ) or User Song Note that the procedure you use for Track 1 is different from that for Area 1 ( SG1 ) . Tracks 2 through 6 . • Change Mixer settings for the channel if you want . The Mix - er settings you make for the channel are copied to applica - PREPARATION ble track during recording . • Determine the tones that you want to use . • Set the tempo that you want to use during recording . Press the RECORD button to enter record standby . • The REC indicator appears , and the frame around the cur - I NOTES I rently selected channel ( track ) flashes on the display . • You can change tone and rhythm while recording is in progress . • The previously recorded rhythm pattern is automatically selected at first , but you can change the rhythm during punch - in recording . Changing the rhythm during punch - in recording , however , may cause the metro - nome display and rhythm beat to be out of synch with the rhythm that is playing . • The tempo you use for recording does not affect the tempo of the play - back . This means you can record at a very slow tempo for easy play , and then speed up the tempo for playback . • Chan ] _ els CH 11 through CH 16 of the level meter show which To use punch - in recording in Track 1 tracks already contain recorded data . See " Level Meter Dur - ing Record Operations " on page E - 44 for details on how to o read the level meter . Press the SONG button once . • This causes the indicator lamp above the SONG button to _ ; ; _ Select the track to which you want to record . tight . • Use CHANNEL buttons CH ] 2 ( Track 2 ) throughCH16 ( Track A , Select the user song area that contains the song whose 6 ) to select the track you want . contents you want to change using punch - in record - ing . CH11 CH12 O } 413 CN14 0H15 CH16 • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to select User Song Area 0 ( SO0 ) or User Song Area 1 ( SG1 ) . TR1 TR2 TR3 TR4 TR5 TR6 [ 5 " UU " o o o • oooo ] y , Make any tone setting you want . 99 Press the RECORD button to enter record standby . _ i _ Press the START / STOP button to start recording . • The REC indicator appears , and the frame around the CHIt • At this time the REC indicator stops flashing . ( Track 1 ) flashes on the display . • The metronome normally sounds during recording . If you want to turn off the metronome , use the procedure under " Metronome Setting ( i ) " on page E - 46 . Play the notes you want to record on the keyboard . E - 42 733A E 044A WK Z800 / Z600 ( E ) 39 - - 47 Page42 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 45

• Channels CH 11 through CH 16 of the level meter show which To use punch - in recording in Tracks 2 through 6 tracks already contain recorded data . See " Level Meter Dur - I NOTE I ing Record Operations " on page E - 44 for details on hoxa , to read the level meter . If you are performing punch - in recording in Tracks 2 through 6 immediate - ly after you finished punch - in recording in Track 1 , skip steps 1 and 2 of _ J ; _ ¢ _ Make any tone setting you want . the following procedure . _ Press the ENTER button to enter the Punch - in Mode . L Press the SONG button once . • This c . auses the indicator lamp above the SONG button to light . r o o o oooo oo _ o o ' Select the user song area that contains the song whose contents you want to change using punch - in record - 7 _ 7T _ 77 _ _ 77T _ V ing . • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to select User Song Area 0 ( SGO ) or Use ] : Song Area 1 ( SG1 ) . ( i , _ Press the START / STOP button to start playback of the song in the user song area you selected in step 2 . Press the RECORD button to enter record standby . • The REC indicator appears , and the frame around the CHI ] When playback reaches the part you want to change , ( Track 1 ) flashes on the display . play the new part on the keyboard . • Playback from memory stops and ] ecording begins as soon as you play something on the ke _ board . • You can change the rhythm setting while recording is in progress . • Continue playing until the end of the song . • Channels CH 11 through CH 16 of the level meter show which tracks already , contain recorded data . See " Level Meter Dur - ing Record Operations " on page E - 44 for details on how to read the level meter . Select the track whose contents you want to change . • You can also change Auto Accompaniment chords during • Use CHANNEL buttons CH12 ( Track 2 ) through CH ] 6 ( Track punch - in recording by playing chords on the accompaniment 6 ) to s _ , ] ect the track _ ou _ ar _ t . keyboard . • If a synchro start operation is already recorded in Track 1 , OH 11 CH 12 OH 13 CH 14 OH 15 CN 16 playing something on the accor _ pal _ iment keyboard stalts rhythm play and records it . See " Synchro Starting Accompaniment with Rhythm Play " TR1 TR2 TR3 TR4 TR5 TR6 on page E - 25 or details on using synchro start . After you are finished , press START / STOP to stop re - cording . Make any tone setting you ] want . • The REC indicator disappears from the display when record - ins is stopped . • A fter recording is stopped , you can press the START / STOP i ; 6o Press the ENTER button to enter the Punch - in Mode . button to playback xabat you ha _ e just recorded . See " Pla } - ins Back from Song Sequencer Memory " on page E - 45 for details on the type of data recorded to Song Sequencer mem - ory . O O 0 q ) IN ) O O , @ O O 0 0 iiii1 _ • Pressing the ENTER button again exits the Punch - in Mode . Press the START / STOP button to start playback of the song in the user song area you selected in step 2 . Q When playback reaches the part you want to change , play the new part on the keyboard . • Playback of the current track stops and punch - in recording stalts as soon as you play something on the keyboard . • Pressing the ENTER button instead of playing something on the keyboard starts recording of a blank in the selected track ( except for the accompaniment of Track 1 ) until you play something . • Continue playing until the end of the song . 733A E 045A E - 43 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page 43 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 46

9 ! i _ , After you are finished , press START / STOP to stop re - 9 Press the RECORD button to enter record standby . cording . • . • The REC indicator appears , and the frame around the CHI ] ( Track 1 ) flashes on the display . • The REC indicator disappears h : om the display _ H _ en record - ing is stopped . i _ i , At this point you can repeat steps 3 through 9 for oth - er tracks , if you want Playback Tracks When recording to a t ] ack with the Song Sequencer , the contents of any tracks that are already recorded normally play back . These are • Cham _ els CH 11 through CH 16 of the level meter show which called playback tracks . You can turn playback tracks on ( so tlney play tracks already contain recorded data . See " Level Meter Dur - during recording ) or off ( so they don't play ) . See " Turning Channels ing Record Operations " on this page for details on bow to read the level meter . On and Oft " on page E - 29 for details . Select the track whose contents you want to delete . • Use CHANNEL buttons CH11 ( Track 1 ) through CH16 ( Tlack Level Meter During Record Operations 6 ) to select the track you _ aant . Channels CH11 through CH16 correspond to Tracks 1 through 6 . During record standby , the level meter shows which tracks are al - Press [ + 1 and [ - 1 at the same time , ready recorded . Three level meter segments indicate a channel is al - ready quoted , while no segment indicates that the channel is empty ( um : ecorded ) . O O OOO0 _ OOgl ' O0 Recorded tracks [ . . . . . ] - } } Press YES to delete the selected track or NO to abort E33311r _ llIn ' _ l EEDIE2DI ! the delete operation . I l I l T 0 0 [ dEL . . . " " ' " ' ' ' ] ' Empty ( unrecorded ) tracks • After a few moments , the keyboard exits the record opera - lion . To Delete the Contents of a Specific • The message " dEL No Data " appears on the display for about Track one second if the track you selected in step 4 does not con - tain any data . Note that a track delete operation cam _ ot be undone . Make sure you no longer need the contents of a track before you delete them . _ ' _ Press the SONG button once . • This causes the indicator ] amp above the SONG button to light . _ Select the user song area that contains the track whose contents you want to delete . • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to select User Song Area 0 ( SG0 ) or User Song Area 1 ( SG1 ) . 5 UrnU o o o o • ooo ] E - 44 733A E 048A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page 44 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 47

Playing Back from Song Sequencer Global Settings and Operations A global setting or operation is one that affects all the tracks that make Memory up a song . The following is a list of the global settings and opera - Use the following procedme when you _ ant to play hack the con - tions . tents of Song Sequencer memory . ( 1 ) Metronome setting • Skip steps ] and 2 of the following procedure if you ha _ e just fin - ( _ 1 Song delete ished a real - time recording operation . ( 3 Meter setting ( 4 : Initial tempo value ( _ Quantize setting after recording To play back from Song Sequencer memory ( _ Quantize execution % _ Press the SONG button once . • This causes the indicator lamp above the SONG button to To make global settings light . Select the user song area that contains the song you Press the SONG button once . want to play back . • This causes the indicator lamp above the button to light . • Use [ + ] and H to select User Song Area O ( SG0 ) or User Song Area 1 ( SG1 ) . Select the user song area that contains the song whose global settings you want to change . _ Press the START / STOP button to start playback . • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to select User Song Area O ( EGO ) or Use ] : Song • Use the TEMPO buttons to adjust the playback tempo . Area 1 ( SG1 ) . • See the notes below for other operations you can perform during playback . Press the SONG button again . • This causes the indicator lamp above the button to flash , and _ J ; _ , , Press the START / STOP button again to stop playback . the first global setting screen to appear on the display . I NOTES I 4o Use the [ < ] and [ 1 _ ] cursor keys to scroll through the • Pressing the START / STOP button starts playback from the beginning of global setting and operation screens . the selected song . • The numbers shown to the ] eft of the sample displays below • You can play along on the keyboard during Song Sequencer playback . correspond to the following sections that provide details on You can use layer , and split for keyboard play . each setting . • You can use the Mixer to adjust the volume level and stereo points of the playback track . Such settings are output from MIDI OUT when they are made . • You cannot change the MODE button setting during Song Sequencer playback . ' ' ' " ' : ' ' ' 2d [ ° _ 1 - Song Sequencer and Mixer Operations During Song Sequencer playback standby and playback , all four cur - sor keys and the ENTER button function as Mixer operation buttons . , 3 . o o o o : ( ooo o This means you can change Mixer settings for each track for both recording and playback . , _ q • o , Mixer Settings Recorded by Each Track 1 - - Mixer settings are recorded independently for each track . Mixer set - " _ " [ P " tings are recorded as track data under either of the following two conditions . • Mixer and bend range settings made for CH ] during Song Sequenc - er playback standby are recorded to the track selected for record - ins . ' I I I I t t I I • Mixer settings are saved for the applicable channels regardless of whether they are made during recording or playback . Mixer Settings During Playback When the item you want is on the screen , change it to Selecting a song area causes the Mixer settings recorded for each track to be recalled and assigned to their corresponding channels . the setting you want . • See the explanations following this procedure for details on making each global setting . Turning Tracks On and Off • During playback standby or actual playback , you can turn Tracks After you are finished making a particular setting , press 1 through 6 on and off using CHANNEL buttons CHI ] through the ENTER button to return to the Record / Playback CH ] 6 . This means you can select which channels ( parts ) you want Mode screen . to play or even play back a single channel . • Press [ _ ] or [ _ ] in place of ENTER if you want to change to • You can also turn the playback of previously recorded channels on another setting screen and make other settings . and off during real - time recording . I NOTE I During real - time recording standby , CHANNEL buttons CH11 through CH16 are used to select the record track . This means you cannot use the CHAN - NEL buttons to turn playback channels on and off during record standby . 733A E 047A E - 45 WK ZSOO / 1600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page45 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 48

Metronome Setting ( _ ) Meter ( ( _ ) ) This setting controls _ hether or not the metronome som _ ds during ! This setting specities the meter of the song . Song Sequencer real - time recording and playback . " " o o ooo = _ o o o _ - i _ l o o I [ . . . . ' I NOTE I If a song is already recorded with a rhythm , the meter of the rhythm is set automatically . . . . . . . Metronome off Met ] onome sounds during recording • • • • • • ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! _ ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! only ( initial default setting ) 2 / 4 3 / 8 . . . . . . Metronome sounds during recording and playback 3 / 4 5 / 8 6 / 8 4 / 4 ( initial value Metrol _ ome sound : The first beat is a chime , fo ] lo _ ed b } a standard metronome click for the other beats . 5 / 4 7 / 8 6 / 4 9 / 8 • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to change the metrol _ ome setting . 7 / 4 Song Delete ( _ ) ) • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to change the setting . Use this operation to delete a song from a specific user song area . Initial Tempo ( ( K ) ) This setting specifies the initial ten _ po vah . le for song playback . # d From the Global nlenu , use [ 4 ] and [ 11 _ ] to display the " SongODel " screen , and then press [ + ] and [ - ] at [ . . . , , the same time . • A message appears to co ] _ firm whether you want to delete the song . • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to set the initial tempo value within the range of 030 to 255 . • The setting you make here does not affect the tempo during real - time recording . O O O OO00 ¢ , - O I • You can use the TEMPO buttons to change the tempo of a song while it is playing . Pressing both the TEMPO buttons at the same time during song playback returns the tempo to the initial default value you set here . _ Press YES to delete the song or NO to abort the delete operation without deleting anything . • Pressing YES causes the message shown below to appear for about one second . Next , the display returns to the Record / Playback Mode screen . I dEL . . . , , . . . . . . . . I . . E - 46 733A E 048A WK 1800 / Z600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page46 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 49

Record Quantize Setting ( _ ) This setting determines the quantize value after recording After re - cording , quantize adjusts the timing of notes input to each tlack on the keyboard to match those selected by the setting you make here O O O • O O " _ O _ [ } _ Use the CHANNEL buttons to select the channel whose quantize setting you want to change 9 _ ; Use [ + ] and [ - ] to change tile setting • • Quantize quarternotes ( initial value ) • • Quantize 8th notes . . . . Quantize 8th triplicate notes . . . . Quantize 16 th notes . . . . . . Quantize 16 th triplicate notes . . . . Quantize 32 nd notes . . . . . . Quantize 32rid triplicate notes . . . . Quantize 64 th notes Quantize Execute ( ® ) U _ e thb procedure to execute the quantize setting made under " Record Quantize Setting ( _ ) " on this page [ . . _ Use tile [ _ ] and [ 1 _ ] cursor keys to display tile " Qtz Exe ? " • A message appears to confirm whether you want to execute 2 _ . Press YES to execute or NO to abort tile operation • Pressing YES causes the message " qt Pls Wait " to appear for about one second Next , the display returns to the record / playback mode I " ] i 733A E 049A E - 47 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 39 - _ 47 Page 47 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 50

The Pattern Sequencer lets you modify the kexboard's 120 built - in Content that can be recorded to each part of each ele - Auto Accompaniment patterns or create your own origina ] pattern ment from scratch . • Tone ( TONE button or Mixer function setting . Cannot change in - side element . ) • Pan ( Set using Mixer . ) • Effect send ( Set using Mixer . ) Pattern Sequencer Basics • Expression ( Set using Mixer . ) • Chord conversion table Each Auto Accompa ] _ iment pattern is actually a group of six differ - ent elements named : normal , intro , variation , normal fill in , varia - • Break point tion fill in , and ending . Each element is made up of five parts , named : Rhythm , Bass , Chord 1 , Chord 2 , and Chord 3 . The following table shows the makeup of each element . WK - 1800 : Approximatel } 6,800 notes WK - ] 600 / 1630 : Approximateb , 5 800 notes • The measure number ( item ] 1 on page E - 10 ) and beat number ( item h _ tro Rhythm Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Chord 3 i Pattern Sequencer Memory Capacityrecording 10 on page E - 10 ) flashing on the display during indi - cates that memory is almost full ( space for about 100 notes or less Normal Rhythm Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Chord 3 remaining ) . Variation Rhythm Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Chord 3 • Recording stops automatically as soon as memory becomes full . Nol ; mal fill - in Rhythm Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Chord 3 Element Di , . play Indicators Variation filMn Rhythm Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Chord 3 Indicator Element How to Select Ending Rhythm Bass Chord 1 Chord 2 Chord 3 Normal Press the NORMAL / F [ LL - IN button to toggle between nor - Pattern Sequencer Recording Contents real and normal fill im The Pattern Sequencer lets you record notes for each of the parts that makes up an element . You can altel any of the elements of a built - in Normal Fill [ n Auto Accompal _ iment , or you can create one or more of your own original elements from scratch . Variation Press the VARIATION / FILL - Content that can be recorded to each part within each IN button to toggle between element using real - time recording x ariation and x ariation fill in . • Notes played on the keyboard • PITCH BEND wheel operation ( Bend range fixed at 2 for user pat - tern creation ) Variation Fill In • MODULATION wheel operation • Pedal operation ( when an optional pedal is connected ) Intro Press the INTRO button . Content that can be recorded once for each pattern Ending Press the SYNCHRO / END - • Tempo • Beat ( Only _ hen _ ork area is empty . ) [ NG button . Content that can be recorded to each element • NulT _ ber of ] T _ easures The number of measures for Intro , Normal , Variation , and Ending can specified only when recording to a blank element . Fill - in is always one measure long , and cannot be changed . • Fill - in ( Cannot change inside one measure . ) • Original key E - 48 733A E 050A WK IS00 / 16O0 ( E ) 4S - _ 57 Page48 03.7.31.5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 51

Pattern Sequencer Modes _ , Normal • Unlit _ " - ' 000 . . . . . . . . PA _ Press PATTERN . Pattern Create Mode • O _ Lit - - _ - _ o o oooe oooo PATTERN 1 Press I Press PATTERN . ENTER . Pattern Edit Mode / • PATTERN Press PATTERN . l _ Flash 0 0 0 • • • 0 _ N PATTERN • I Press PATTERN . The Pattern Sequence ] ; has two modes : a Pattern Create Mode for Press the PATTERN button again . recording a new pattern , and a Pattern Edit Mode for changing the • This enters the Pattern Edit Mode , which is indicated when settings of a pattern . After you finish creating or editing a pattern , you store it in memory the indicator lamp above the PATTERN button is flashing . and assign it a number for later recall . The indicator " Edt " in the tone / rhythm mlmber area of the display ( item 3 on page E - 10 ) also indicates the Pattern Edit Mode . The folloaing procedure proxides the basics for navigating beba een • The Pattern Edit Mode screen can be scrolled between the Pattern Sequencer modes . following three menus with the [ at ] and [ V ] cursor keys : " Global " , " ' Element " , and " Part " . In addition to the menus , To navigate between Pattern Sequencer there is also an Escape screen for exiting the Pattern Edit modes Mode . Each contains parameters for making settings for the accompaniment pattern in the Pattern Sequencer work area . See " Using the Pattern Edit Mode " on page E - 52 for full de - Before turning on the Pattern Sequencer , select the tails on using the Pattern Edit Mode . rhythm you want to use as a base for your original • Displaying the Pattern Edit Mode's " Escape " screen and then rhythm . pressing the ENTER button returns to the Pattern Create Mode in step 2 . 9 Press the PATTERN button . Press the PATTERN button again . • This enters the l _ attern Create Mode , which is indicated when • The indicator lamp above the PATTERN button contitmes to the indicator lamp above the PATTERN button is lit . The in - flash , and the message " Save ? " appears on the display . See dicator " Ptn " in the tone / rhythm number area of the dis - " Exiting the Pattern Sequencer Mode " on page E - 56 for de - play ( item 3 on page E - 10 ) also indicates that the Pattern Cre - ate Mode . tails on how to save Pattern Sequencer data . • Entering the Pattern Create Mode copies the ] hythm you se - lected in Step 1 into the Song Sequencer work area . Opera - : l - Work Area tions you perform with the Pattern Sequencer affect the pat - tern that is currently in the work area . • The work area is an area of memory where rhythm pattern data is • If the rhythm pattern you selected in step 1 is too large to fit stored temporarily during recording and editing . After you are fin - in the work area , the Message " Ptn Mere Full " appears on ished recording or editing , you can specify whether you want to the display for about three seconds . After that , the keyboard save work area contents or delete them without saving . enters to the Pattern Create Mode with the work area empty . To make more room in the work area for the ] hythm pattern , delete user rhythm patterns stored in the user area ( pattern numbers 100 through 109 ) that you no longer need . • In the Pattern Create Mode , you can play back the accompa - niment pattern in the work area and even record along with the playback . See " Using the Pattern Create Mode " on page E - 50 for full details on using the Pattern Create Mode . 783A E 051A E - 49 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 48 - _ 57 Page 49 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 52

Saving an Edited Pattern To play back elements of the accompaniment • The 10 rhythm numbers 120 through 12q make up tile user fl _ ythm • pattern in the work area area , where you can store your original rhythms . You can recall a user rhythm with the same operation as that for recalling a built - in J While the Pattern Sequencer is turned off , press the pattern , and you can even use a user rhythm pattern as the base for PATTERN button once to enter the Pattern Create creating a new rhythm pattern . Mode . • The keyboard comes with a built - in lithium battery that supplies power to the memory to retain memory contents while keyboard Indicates the Pattern Indicates the currently power is turned off . See " Power Requirements " on page E - 15 for Create Mode . selected element . important information about the lithium battery . ! • You can use the keyboard's MIDI capabilities to save your original • . . . . accompaniment patterns to a computer or other external storage device . See " Bulk Sending Keyboard Data " on page E - 65 for de - 12P , tails . • With the WK - 1800 , you can use the built - in disk drive to save orig - inal accompaniment patteHls to diskette . See " Using the Floppy Disk Drive ( WK - 18g0 Only ) " on page E - 67 for details . • You can store up to 10 accompaniment patterns in the user area , Original Key but the actual number of patterns you will be able to store depends on their sizes . If the patterns you store are relatively large , memo - 9 ry become full after fewer than 10 patterns are stored . Select the element you = want to play back . • The Normal element is al ways selected first when you ini - tially turn on the Pattern Sequencer . • Use the following buttons to select the other elements . Using the Pattern Create Mode NORMA L / FILL - IN . . . . . . Toggles between Normal and Nor - real Fill - In elements . This section descrihes how to use the Pattern Create Mode to create VARIATION / FILL - IN . . Toggles between Variation and Vari - an original accompaniment pattern . ation Fill - In elements . INTRO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Selects [ ntro element . IMPORTANT ! SYNCHRO / ENDING . . . Selects Ending element . The procedures in this section all assume that you have read and are familiar with the information under " Pattern Sequencer Basics " on Press the START / STOP button . page E - 48 , and that you already know how to navigate between Pat - • The selected element plays in a loop , repeating itself . tern Sequencer modes . • The display shows measure and beat numbers during ele - ment p ] ayl : , ack . INOTE # • You can perform the following operations during element playback . Be sure to save your work whenever you quit an accompaniment pattern • Tempo changesoff creation session . See " Exiting the Pattern Sequencer Mode " on page E - 56 • Part on and for details . • Mixer operations * _ • Tone operations . 2 Pattern Creation Techniques To stop playback , press START / STOP again . You can use either of the t _ o follo _ Mng techniclues to create an ac - companiment pattern . " 1 The cursor keys and ENTER button function as Mixer operation • Base Pattern Editing buttons during playback . Auto Accompaniment uses internal chan - While playing back the part of a built - in pattern or previously cre - nels CH6 through CH10 , which can be used when making part ated user pattern , you can add or delete notes , or completely de - settings . See " Changing the Parameters of a Channel " on page E - lete a part and replace it with a new one . 30 for details on using the Mixer to make settings . • From Scratch * 2 You can change the tone setting by pressing TONE button , and then using the number keys , [ + ] , and [ - ] to specify a tone mlmber . With this method , you mtlst input all the parts for all the elements The Pattern Sequencer turns off automatically if you do not per - vou want to use . With this method , you must use the procedure form any operation for about five seconds . You can change the { ruder " Work Area Clear " on page E - 54 to clear the Pattern Sequenc - tone settings of each part inside each element . er work area before you start recording . I NOTES I The record procedure is identical , no matter which of the above meth - ods you use . • Pressing the PATTERN button while a pattern is playing stops accom - paniment playback and enters the Pattern Edit Mode . The following procedure tells you how to play back individual ele - • Use the Mixer to adjust the volume balance between channels . First set ments of the accompaniment pattern currently stored in the Pattern the Global Volume parameter to 127 . Next , adjust the Expression pa - Sequencer work area . If you are going to use the base pattern editing rameter volume balance . See " Additional Channel Mode Parameters " method described above , you can use this procedure to become fa - on page E - 31 for details . miliar with all the parts that make up the pattern before you actually start editing it . E - 50 733A E 052A wK 1800 / z600 ( E ) 4e - 57 Page50 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 53

o To record an accompaniment pattern After you finish recording , press the START / STOP but - PREPARATION ton again . • Select the accompaniment pattern ( rhythm ) that you want to use as a • This stops recording , which creases the REC indicator to dis - base . appear from the display . • Use the procedure under " To play back elements of the accompaniment ¢ ? pattern in the work area " on page E - 50 to play back the pattern and { _ Repeat steps 2 throLigh 7 for each of the elements of become familiar with its elements and parts . During playback , you can the accompaniment pattern . practice playing the notes you plan to record . • Determine the number ( 120 to 129 ) you will assign to the new pattern . • If you want to use the metronome , use the procedure under " Metro - it < , , See " To exit the Pattern Sequencer Mode and save nome Setting " on page E - 53 to select the metronome setting you want . work area contents " on page E - 56 for details on how to save patterns . • [ f you want to turt ' _ off the { _ attert ' _ Seql . lencer without saving IMPORTANT ! anything , perform the procedure under " To exit the Pattern You cannot record accompaniment patterns converted using the Sequencer Mode without saving work area contents " on page E - 57 . Pattern Conversion Disk . See " Using the Utillities " on page E - 71 for details . " 1 You can change the tone setting by pressing TONE button , and then using the number keys to specify a tone number . The tone I NO TE I number input display clears automatically if you do not perfom4 If you playback the base pattern before recording skip step 1 in the follow - any operation for about five seconds . ing procedure . I NOTEE ; I While the Pattern Sequencer is turned off , press the • You cannot change the selected parts and element while recording is in progress . PATTERN button once to enter the Pattern Create • If you are having problems getting the timing right when trying to input Mode . notes starting from the first beat of the first measure , skip step 5 ( pres - sing the START / STOP button ) of the above sequence . As soon as you Indicates the Pattern Indicates the currently Create Mode . selected element . play something on the keyboard , recording starts right at the first beat of the first measure . [ Recording Parts The following describes how to record each part . Perform these op - erations when you reach step 6 of the procedure under " To record an accompaniment pattern " on this page . Frames around the channel numbers that correspond I NOTEE ; I to the currently selected parts flash . • See " To delete specific notes " on page E - 52 for details on deleting spe - cific notes . 2 _ Select the element you want to record . • See " To delete a part " on page E - 52 for details on deleting an entire • Use the same procedures as those described for step 2 under part . " To play back elements of the accompaniment pattern in the • Bass , Chord 1 Chord 2 , and Chord 3 are all normally recorded with a work area " on pare E - 50 . root note of C . Use the procedure under " Setting the Original Key for Each Element " on page E - 55 for information about recording with a dif - ferent root note . Press the RECORD button to enter record standby . • This causes the REC indicator to appear on the display . • [ f the accompaniment pattern is once converted using the Pattern Conversion Disk , the message " NotCASIO " appears To record the Rhythm part on the display , indicating that it cannot be recorded ( WK - 1800 only ) . J Press CHANNEL button CHI0 to select the rhythm Select the parts you want to record . part . • The Rhythm part ( CH ] O ) is selected initially whenever you turn on the Pattern Sequencer . Use CHANNEL buttons CH6 2 , , Select a drum sound ( tone number 192 through 199 ) . through CH10 to select parts . • The frames around the channel numbers that conform to the , ' _ Use the keyboard to play the rhythm part . Use the currently selected parts flash to show they are selected . measure and beat values that appear on the display • Note that you cannot select parts once recording starts . Be for timing . sure to select the parts you want before you start recording . Press the START / STOP button . • At this time the REC indicator stops flashing . • All parts of the selected element play back in an endless loop . You can record notes in the currently selected parts . • Measure and beat numbers are shown on the display during . . . . . . . I . . . . . P I recording . • Pressing any keyboard key starts actual recording . Record in part in sequence . • You can perforn4 the following operations during element recording . • Turn parts ( channels ) to be recorded on and off • Tempo changes • Tone ope ] ations . 1 • See " Recording Parts " on this page for details o14 recording to each part . 783A E 053A E - 51 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 48 - _ B7 Page 51 03.7.31.5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 54

To record the Bass part Using the Pattern Edit Mode This section describes how to use the Pattern Edit Mode to change , _ Press CHANNEL button CH9 to select the bass part . various settings for a pattern you are currently creating or are about to create . _ Select a bass tone . IMPORTANT ! 9 _ Use the keyboard to play the [ ) ass part . Use the mea - sure and beat values that appear on the display for The procedures in this section all assume that you have read and are familiar with the information under " Pattern Sequencer Basics " on timing . page E - 48 , and that you already know how to navigate between Pat - tern Sequencer modes . To select main menus and sub - menus in the Pattern Edit Mode While in the Pattern Create Mode , press the PATTERN button once to enter the Pattern Edit Mode . • This causes the indicator ] amp above the PATTERN button to flash , and the Global metal to appear on the display . To record Chord 1,2 , and 3 parts Indicates the Pattern Menu title ( Global in Edit Mode . this case ) . % _ ' _ Use CHANNEL buttons CH6 , CH7 , and CH8 to se - lect a chord part . I 2 Select a chord tone . Use any tone besides the drum t20 sounds . Original key Tempo display Indicates currently enabled cursor keys . _ , , Use the keyboard to play the chord part . Use the mea - sure and beat values that appear on the display for 9 Perform the key operations described below to dis - timing . play a different main - menu or sub - menu . • Use the [ A ] and [ V ] cursor keys to move between ] T / aJ ] l - _ lenus . To delete specific notes • Press the ENTER button , [ _ ] , or [ 1 _ ] to scroll through the • Play the accompaniment pattern . sub - menu of the current main - menu . The sample display • While holding down [ + ] and [ - ] , press the keyboard key that corre - below is the Global memEs metronome sub - menu . sponds to the note you want to delete at the time the note sounds in order to delete it . To get the timing right , you probably should Indicates the Abbreviation of Current setting of press the keyboard key just before the note sounds . This will de - Global menu sub - menu name lete that single note only . N displayed sub - menu db . ! . . . . To delete a part TEMPO = I _ J • During record standhy , select the part you want to delete and then [ g . o press [ + ] and [ - ] at the same time . In response to the message " dEL Sure ? " that appears on the display , press the YES button to de ] ete Original key a ] l of the contents of the part or NO to abort the de ] ete procedure without deleting anything . • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to change the setting of the sub - mem _ on the display . • To return to a main menu from one of its sub - menus , press the ENTER button . To return to the Pattern Create Mode , maneuver to the " Escape " screen and then press ENTER . E - 52 733A E 054A wK zs00 / z600 ( s ) 4e _ s ? Page52 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 55

Main - menu and Sub - menu Screens Main - menu Ed _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H : , , bit : H I Tile above shows the main - metal and sub - metal screens . The text inside the frames are the main - metal and sub - metal names that appeal : on the display . @ Global Menu For details on what each sub - menu controls and its available settings , see " Part Sub - menus " on page E - 55 . This menu is for making settings that affect all sub - menus that make up the accompaniment pattern . The letters " GLb " indicate the Glo - bal metal , while the other letters are a bbreviations of sub - menu names , ( _ ) Escape Screen as listed below . When this screen is on the display , press the ENTER button to return • Metr . . . . . . . . . . . Metronome to the Pattern Create Mode . • Oct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Octave Shift • Work Del . . . Work area clear ( All Delete ) • Bt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Meter ( beat ) Global Setting Sub - menus • Tmpo . . . . . . . . . Tempo Alter displaying the Global metal in the Pattern Edit Mode , use the [ _ ] and [ 1 _ ] cursor keys to scloll through the Global sub - menus . For details on what each sub - metal controls and its available settings , see " Global Setting Sub - menus " on this page . Metronome Setting This setting controls _ hether or not the metronome sounds during @ Element Menu pattern recording and phlyhack . This menu is for making settings for indivktual elements that make up an accompaniment pattern . The letters " ELE " indicate the Ele - ment metal , while the other letters are abbreviations of sub - me ] _ u r't names , as listed below . [ ULbO o ooal o o o • Meas . . . . . . . . Measure • OrKey . . . . . . Original Key For details on what each sub - metal controls and its available settings , : iiiii 77 see " Element Sub - menus " on page E - 55 . . . . . . . Metronome off . . . . . . Metronome sounds during recording only @ Part Menu ( initial default setting ) This metal contains sub - metals for specifying how chords played on the accompaniment keyboard will be sounded during pattern play - . . . . . . Metronome sounds duri ] _ g reco ] ding and back . Settings can be made for each part of an accompaniment pat - playback tern . The letters " Prt " indicate the Part menu , while the other letters are abbreviations of sub - metal names , as listed below . Metronome sound : The first beat is a chime , followed by a standard metronome click for the other beats . • Chord . . . . . . . . . . . Chord col _ version table • BkPnt . . . . . . . . . . . . Break point • Qtz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quantize • Qtz Exe ? . . . . . . . Quantize Execute 733A E 055A E - 53 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 48 ~ B7 Page53 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 56

Octave Shift Meter ( Beat ) When using the piccolo tone , there may be cases when very high notes This setting specifies the meter of the accompaniment pattern . you want to play are not included within the range of the keyboard . ; When this happens , you can use octave shift to shift the keyboard range one octave up . In this case you can use octave shift to shift the range of the tone up or down . L / L o oo o o t'I b . . . . . . . . . . [ Note that octave shift is available with the Pattern Sequencer only . The display shown here appears when you specify a meter that is not included in the table belo > . f'l b . . . . . [ / . . , / L o o owoo _ o _ o [ L " / L'b o o o o . _ _ o _ _ I Use [ + ] and [ - ] to select the octave shift setting you want . - l : Range shifted one octave down . IMPORTANT ! 0 : No shift You can set the meter immediately after clearing the Pattern Se - 1 : Range shifted one octave up . quencer work area only ( see above ) . In other cases , the meter of the accompaniment pattern currently in the work area is used , and can - Work Area Clear not be changed . In this case the display does not flash . Use this operation to ( ' ] ear Pattern Sequencer work area contents . You must clear the work area when you plan to create an original accom - paniment pattern from scratch . 2 / 4 3 / 8 3 / 4 5 / 8 O [ U " L'b o o oooo o o o o 1o 6 / 8 4 / 4 ( initial value 5 / 4 7 / 8 _ , , _ In the Global menu , use [ _ ] and [ _ ] to display the 6 / 4 9 / 8 " Work Del " screen , and then press the [ + ] and [ - ] buttons at the same time . 7 / 4 s ! £ £ £ £ _ £ _ 4 • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to change the setting . [ _ O O O O O 00 _ O Tempo This setting specifies the initial tempo value for the accompaniment pattern . • This message confirms whether or not you really what to clear - aork area contents . ' _ 2 Press YES to clear work area contents or NO to abort 0 0 [ " the clear operation without clearing anything . L / L _ o o o _ • The message shown belo _ appears for about one second and then the display returns to the Global menu . Use [ + ] and [ - ] to set the initial tempo value within the range of 030 to 255 . [ • dEL o oo , . . oo . o o . o lo [ f the accompaniment pattern is playing when you change this set - ting , the tempo of the pattern does not change immediately . The value you specify becomes the current pattern's default tempo val - ue , so you need to press both TEMPO buttons at the same time to have the newly set tempo take effect for an ongoing pattern . I NOTE I When you turn on the Pattern Sequencer , the initial default tempo value of the accompaniment pattern you are using as a base is ap - plied first , E - 54 733A E 056A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 48 - _ 57 Page 54 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 57

Element Sub - menus Part Sub - menus After displaying the Element metal in the Pattern Edit Mode , use the After displayb _ g the Part menu in the Pattern Edit Mode , use the [ 41 ] and [ ' ] cursor keys to scroll through the Element sub - menus . [ 41 ] and [ 1 _ ] cursor keys to scroll through the Part sub - menus . Part Settings Setting the Number of Measures for Each Element All Part menu settings can be made separately for each part . The fol - You can specify the mmg _ er of measures for each element ( except for lowing shows which parameters can be set for each part . the fill - in element ) of an accompaniment pattern before you start re - cording it . ChoM Conversion Table Break Point [ ELE ' ' ' Quantize Setting Quantize Execute IMPORTANT ! See " To play back elements of the accompaniment pattern in the work You can specify the number of measures for each element only in the area " on page E - 50 for details on how to select elements and parts to following cases . make settings . • Immediately after clearing Pattern Sequencer work area contents ( page E - 54 ) . • After all the parts of the element whose number of measures you Accompaniment Pattern Playback During Part Setting want to change have been deleted using the Pattern Create Mode , Pressing the START / STOP button while setting Part menu parame - ters sta ] ts playback of the Auto Accompaniment pattern , so you can immediately hear how a change in a parameter affects the accompa - In all other cases , the number of measures that is pre - programmed niment . You can perform the fo ] lowb3g operations while Auto Ac - for the base accompaniment pattern cannot be changed . companiment is playing . • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to input a value of 01 to 16 for the number of mea - • You can specify chords using the chord play method ( CASIO sures . CHORD , F [ NGERED , FULL RANGE CHORD ) that suits the ac - companiment mode selected with the MODE button . • You can change sub - metal settings , and immediately hear how Setting the Original Key for Each Element changes affect the accompaniment pattern . You can set the basic key for each element when recording an accom - paniment pattern . The default setting for the original key is C . Chord Conversion Table Sub - menu Use this sub - menu to specify the chord conversion table of the ac - companiment pattern for each part of an element . O O O • OeOO _ O @ O [ ELE . . . . . . . . . 1 l l When you play the chord that is set as the element's original key [ ' 1 ' while playing back an accompaniment pattern , all notes recorded on the element are played back exactly as they are recored ( and are not affected by chord conversion table ) . Accompaniment patterns are normally recorded in the key of C . When you select an accompaniment pattern and specify a key by with the I NOTES I accompaniment keyboa ] d , the pattern is transposed from the key of • You can change the Original Key setting for each element in the follow - C to the specified key . Simply transposing chords on a one - to - one ing cases only . basis , however , can result in mechanical , unnatural sounding pat - • Immediately after clearing the Pattern Sequencer work area . terns . To compensate for this , the keyboard has 19 built - in chord con - See " Work Area Clear " on page E - 54 for details on the work area version tables that make chord progressions in different keys sound clear operation . more natural . • After all parts of the element whose Original Key you want to change have been deleted using the Pattern Create Mode ( page E - 52 ) . • Select the part of an element whose setting you want to change , In all other cases the Original Key setting of the accompaniment pat - tern used as the base pattern is used , and cannot be changed . In this and then use [ + ] and H to specify a value in the range of 00 to 18 , case the display does not flash . which specifies the chord conversion table mmlber . • Set the original key to C if you want your pattern to be compatible with • See " Chord Conversion Table " on page A - 8 for details on chord built - in patterns . conversion table mmg _ ers and contents . Break Point Sub - menu F _ c Use this sub - metal to specify the break point of the accompaniment pattern for each pa ] t of an element . c _ G D A _ Eb A l l [ E B _ F B • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to change settings . 793A E 057A E - 55 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 48 - _ 57 Page 55 03.7.31,5 : 21 PM Adobe PageMaker 6 . SJ / PPC
Page: 58

¢ ¢ Break Point Quantize Execute • Once you specify a break point , any chord above the break point is Use the following procedure to execute the quantize operation in ac - played in the next lower octave when playing back chords using cordance with current quantize settings . CASIO CHORD , FINGERED , and FULL RANGE CHORD . [ Pr . , , , , , . . , , , FI C CI G In the Global menu , use the [ 4 ] and [ 1 _ ] cursor keys to display the message " Prt Qtz Exe ? ' . D Ab 9 Eb A Press the YES key to execute the quantize operation or NO to abort the operation . E Bb • Pressing YES causes the " qt PIs Wait " message to appear and F B remain on the display until the quantize operation is com - plete . The message shown below appears for about I second after the quantize operation is complete . Then the keyboard • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to change settings . returns to the part metal Quantize Setting [ ' " " - ' " ' ' ' 1 ' This setting determines the quantize value after recording . The tim - ing of notes previously recorded from the keyboard can be matched with the note timing made with this setting . Exiting the Pattern Sequencer Mode O O O O O _ O _ O [ . . . . . . . . ] Use the follo _ aing procedures to exit the Pattern Sequencer Mode . The procedure ) ou should use depends on whether you want to save or discard the contents of the > ork area . i } l ii ! To exit the Pattern Sequencer Mode and save • * Quantize quarternotes ( initial value ) work area contents • * Quantize 8th notes I NOTE I Perform this operation only after you have finished creating the pattern . . . . Quantize 8th trip ] icate notes you want to save , . . . . Quantize 16 th notes . . . . . . Quantize 16 th triplicate notes _ ' Press the PATTERN button . • This causes the message shown below to appeal _ _ hich asks . . . . Quantize 32 nd notes if you _ aant to save work area contents . . . . . . . Quantize 32nd triplicate notes . . . . Quantize 64 th notes [ : _ o o ooo _ o 1 mr _ I NOTE I The length of the last note of the accompaniment pattern you create may be altered by the quantize setting . Press the YES key to save the pattern . • See " To exit the Pattern Sequencer Mode without saving work area contents " on page E - 57 for details on what how to exit without saving . E - 56 793A E 058A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 48 ~ 57 Page56 03.7.31,5 : 22 PM Adobe PageHaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 59

/ _ % , , Use the number keys or [ + ] and [ - ] to specify the user rhythm number where you want to save the pattern , and then press the ENTER button . • You can input a ] _ ] y nu ] _ lber in the ra ] _ lge of ] 20 to ] 29 . O O OUO _ O O O _ - O O O O + ' + _ + , Press the [ 4 ] or [ _ ] cursor key to move the cursor to the rhythm name input area , and input a name for the rhythm . • Use [ + ] and [ - ] to scroll through letters at the current cursor location . • Use the [ 4 ] and [ 1 _ ] cursor keys to move the cursor ] eft and right . J After you are finished inputting the name , press the ENTER bullon to save the rhythm pattern under the name you specified . • The message " Complete " appears o11 the display for about one second , and then the Pattern Sequencer turns off . The currently selected rhythm at this time is the one you just saved . • [ f the rhythm number you specified already contains a rhythm , the message " Replace ? " appears when you press ENTER in step 5 above , to ask whether you want to replace the existing rhythm with the new one . Press YES to replace or NO to return to step 1 of the above procedure so you can specify a different rhythm mmxber . To exit the Pattern Sequencer Mode without saving work area contents Press the PATTERN button . • This causes the message shown below to appear , which asks if you want to save work area contents . 2 . . o . . . o o oe o _ % , Press the NO key . . . . _ . . O . O OIIOOOO O O _ O O O • The above message asks if you really want to delete work area ( ' ol _ tents + / _ % , , Press the YES key to exit without saving work area contents , or NO to abort this operation and return to the Pattern Sequencer Mode . 733A E 05gA E - 57 WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 48 ~ B7 Page57 03.7.31,5 : 22 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
Page: 60

WK - 1600 / 1630 Using the Keyboard Settings Menu The following describes how to use the keyboard settings menu to change the bend range , the assignable jack function , and the sound range shift setting . To use the keyboard settings menu MIDI settings ( page E - 62 ) _ ' _ Press the TUNE / MIDI button . With the WK - 1600 / 1630 , this button is named MIDI . > , / . . . . Use the [ A ] and [ Y ] cursor keys to display the screen for the setting you want to make , as shown below . Pitch Bend range [ 02 . . . . WK - 1800 Assignable jack function [ sus 4 Tuning screens ( page E - 19 ) UU ° ° o oo o _ " Yt _ Sound range shift setting , ' v - , t - [ . - Bulk send , receive ( page E - 65 ) MIDI settings ( page E - 62 ) , ' v - , i1 - Use [ + ] and [ - ] or the number keys to change the , i1 - setting . oFF ' • Settings you make are applied even if you do ] hot press the • , ° ENTER button . Pitch Bend range 0 £ . • Pressing [ + ] and [ - ] at the same time returns the display val - ue to its initial default . • See the fo ] ] owing section titled " Setting Screens " for detai ] s Assignable jack function 5U5 . ° • ° ° ° _ < # _ 1 on each setting . , t . ° Sound range shift setting oFF ' After making the settings you want , press the TUNE / MIDI button ( MIDI button on the WK - 1600 / 1630 ) to clear the setting screen . ] • The setting screen also clears automatically ifyou do ] hotper - form any operation for about five seconds . " _ - ° 1 Bulk send , receive ( page E - 65 ) E - 58 733A E 060A WK 1800 / 1600 ( E ) 58 - _ 59 Page 58 03.7.31 , 5 : 22 PM Adobe PageMaker 6.5J / PPC
"