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Yamaha CP5 Musical Instrument Manual

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 1 1 CP5 /CP50 Reference Manual Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to update or modify this manual at any time without prior notice. The most up-to-date version is freely available for download from the following web page. http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/ Contents Reference Guides ..........................................................................................2 Using this Reference Manual ........................................................................2 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 3 Principal Components ...................................................................................3 Tone Generator ...................................................................

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 2 2 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Reference Guides Reference Guides Your CP5 or CP50 stage piano comes with three different reference guides — the Owner’s Manual, the Reference Manual (this document), and the Data List. While the Owner’s Manual is packaged together with the stage piano as a hardcopy booklet, this Reference Manual and the Data List are provided as pdf documents on the bundled CD-ROM. Owner’s Manual (hardcopy booklet) The Owner’s Manual describes how to set up your CP5 or CP50 and how to perform basic operations. Reference Manual (this pdf document) This Reference Manual describes the internal design of your CP5 or CP50 and the various parameters that can be adjusted...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 3 3 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Principal Components The internal design of your CP5 or CP50 is divided into three main sections — namely, the Tone Generator, the Song Set- ting area, and the Controller. CP5/CP50 MIDI IN Controller MIDI OUT Tone Generator Song Setting Area User Songs Preset Drum Patterns Audio record and play Wave USB flash-memory device Performances LEFT1/LEFT RIGHT1/RIGHT LEFT2 * RIGHT2 * TRACK MIC INPUT * Reverb block Master Compressor block Master Equalizer block MIC INPUT * * : Components available on CP5 only. Click from the diagram to jump to the corresponding page. MIDI record and play Audio output ...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 4 4 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Tone Generator Tone Generator Your stage piano's Tone Generator produces sounds based on performance data that you create by playing the key- board, operating the sequencer, and using various controllers. In specific terms, the Tone Generator is made up of Per- formances, a Master Compressor block, and a Master Equalizer block. The term “Performance” is used to describe a single preset that allows a number of voices to be produced together. Meanwhile, the Master Compressor block and the Master Equalizer block are used to adjust the dynamics and tone of the sounds produced by individual Performances. Master Com...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 5 5 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Tone Generator Left & Right Parts The left and right parts that make up each Performance respond to your playing of the keyboard or to MIDI input and use the built-in Tone Generator to produce the appropriate sounds in response. The CP5 has four such parts — LEFT1, LEFT2, RIGHT1, and RIGHT2 — while the CP50 has two — LEFT and RIGHT. Regardless of the number available, you can freely arrange these parts in a layered configuration or a split configuration for left and right hands to best suit your playing style. When layering parts, overlapping playing sections are defined by setting note limits for each (page...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 6 6 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Tone Generator Roles of Blocks & Common Settings Area The roles of each of the blocks and the Common Settings area that make up CP5 and CP50 parts are as follows.  Voice Block The Voice block is used to specify the type of musical-instrument sound that will be produced for the corresponding part by the Tone Generator. Using a range of advanced sound-synthesis techniques, your CP5 or CP50 can faithfully repro- duce the unique sonic characteristics of a broad spectrum of acoustic pianos and classic electric pianos. In addition to piano sounds, furthermore, Voice blocks also offer a selection of other types of musi...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 7 7 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Tone Generator TRACK Part Each CP5 or CP50 Performance can also contain a backing track for playing back as an accompaniment to your key- board performances. Three different types of backing track can be selected — namely, Preset Drum Patterns, User Songs, and Wave files. Whenever you select a Preset Drum Pattern or a Wave file located on a USB flash-memory device, the TRACK part can be used to set its volume, pan, and reverb send level. For more details on these parameters, see TRACK Part (page 39) from the Reference section below. MIC INPUT Part (CP5 only) With the CP5, a microphone can be plugged into the MIC INP...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 8 8 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Tone Generator NOTICE If you overwrite a Performance in the User Performance memory, it will be permanently deleted. In order to avoid loosing irreplaceable data, therefore, you should take special care when selecting where to store newly-created Performances. NOTE Performance 1 from Group A within the USR1 memory bank will always be selected when you press the [USER] button while holding down the [EXIT] button. External Performance Memory Accessed using the [EXT] button, an External Performance memory is read into your CP5 or CP50 from a plugged-in USB flash-memory device. This memory area can be used to store origina...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 9 9 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Tone Generator HINT Using External Performance Memories In order to save Performances in an External Performance memory or to use an External Performance memory from a USB flash-memory device, the USB flash-memory device in question must be plugged into your CP5 or CP50. When you do so, the stage piano will behave in a number of different ways depending on whether or not it already contains an External Performance memory and when the USB flash-memory device was last plugged in. Each of these actions is described below.  Root directory does not contain an External Performance memory: As soon as you plug in a USB fl...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 10 10 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Song Setting Area Song Setting Area The Song Setting area is used to record and play MIDI sequences and audio files for use as Performance backing tracks. MIDI sequences can take the form of built-in Preset Drum Patterns (playback only) or User Songs that you can both record and play. Meanwhile, the Song Setting area’s audio functions allow you to record Wave files to a USB flash- memory device and to play back Wave files previously stored on such a device. Recording MIDI & Audio Data Recording of User Songs and Wave files is carried out using the Record screen (page 37). In the case of User Songs, you record yo...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 11 11 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 > Controller Controller Your stage piano’s Controller consists of the keyboard, pitch bend wheel, knobs, foot pedals, and other input devices used while playing. It is important to bear in mind that the keyboard itself does not generate any sound; instead, it sends note, velocity, and other performance-related signals to a tone generator, which then produces sounds in response. In the same way, the other Controller devices also send signals to the tone generator whenever they are operated. Specifi- cally speaking, the signals produced and sent by the keyboard and other devices are MIDI messages, and therefore, they ...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 12 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 12 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Reference This section provides a detailed description of the parameters used to configure your CP5 or CP50. Left & Right Parts The following describes the parameters that can be set for left and right parts on a block-by-block basis. These descriptions apply to the...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 13 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 13 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual NOTE Piano types marked with an asterisk (*) can have their tuning adjusted by setting the TunCrv parameter (Tuning Curve) to “stretch” (page 44). Pre-Amplifier Block The Pre-Amplifier block has an effect on the sound only when a voice from the PIANO or E.PIANO c...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 14 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 14 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual NOTE Output from the Pre-Amplifier block will be muted briefly whenever one of the following tone-control parameters is modified. • CP80 or CP88 pre-amplifier: Bass, Middle, Treble, or Brill • 71Rd I, 73Rd I, or 75Rd I pre-amplifier: Bass • 78Rd II pre-amplif...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 15 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 15 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Modulation Effect Block Using a Modulation Effect block, an audio effect can be applied to the part’s voice in order to mod- ify its spatial characteristics. Selecting Modulation Effect Block Types The following tables identify and describe the different types of e...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 16 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 16 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual After selecting Other as the modulation effect type, you will be able to use Knobs 2 and 3 to choose effect categories and individual effects. The following table identifies and describes the different types of effect that are available for selection within the Other gr...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 17 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 17 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Effect category: Distortion (DST) AmpSim1 (Amp Simulator 1) Amp Simulator 1 replicates the sound produced by guitar amplifiers. AmpSim2 (Amp Simulator 2) Amp Simulator 2 replicates the sound produced by guitar amplifiers. CmpDst (Compressor-Distortion) Compressor ...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 18 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 18 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual For non-piano voices: In the case of non-piano voices, effects can be selected from the categories that make up the Other group as described above. In addition, the modulation effects, which are primarily for PIANO and E.PIANO voices, are grouped together in the MOD ca...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 19 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 19 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Parameters for Other effects R Rate Small Phaser This parameter is used to adjust the modula- tion speed. Reso (Resonance Offset) Touch Wah and Pedal Wah This parameter is used to set the resonance offset value. S Sens. (Sensitivity) Touch Wah This parameter is use...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 20 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 20 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual D Delay Time R>L This parameter is used to set the time that elapses between input of sound via the right channel and output via the left channel. Density Reverb effects: This parameter is used to set the reverb density. Early Reflections: This parameter is used to ...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 21 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 21 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual E EQ Mid Width This parameter is used to set the width of the mid-frequency EQ band. EQ Width This parameter is used to set the width of the mid-frequency EQ band. ER/Rev Balance This parameter is used to set the relative volumes of early reflections and reverberation. ...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 22 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 22 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual L L/R Depth This parameter is used to set the depth of the left-right panning effect. L/R Diffusion This parameter is used to set the difference between left and right delay times in order to produce a more spacious sound. Lag This parameter is used to set a time lag f...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 23 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 23 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual M Mod LPF Cutoff Frequency This parameter is used to set the cutoff frequency for the low pass filter applied to the modulated sound. Mod LPF Resonance This parameter is used to set the resonance of the modulated sound’s low-pass filter. Mod Mix Balance Noisy: This...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 24 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 24 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual R Resonance This parameter is used to set the resonance of the filter. Reverb Delay This parameter is used to set the interval between early reflections and subsequent full reverberation. Reverb Time This parameter is used to set how long it takes for the reverb sound...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 25 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 25 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Power-Amplifier / Compressor Block (CP5 only) Using the Power-Amplifier / Compressor block, you can choose either a faithful recreation of one of many power amplifiers used with electric pianos or a compressor to further enhance the sound cre- ated by the currently-sel...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 26 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 26 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual For non-piano voices: In the case of non-piano voices, effects are selected from the categories that make up the Other group as described above. In addition, the power amplifiers and the compressor designed for PIANO and E.PIANO voices are grouped together in the PWR ca...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 27 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 27 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual Other Settings for Left & Right This section describes how to set volume, panning, note limits, and other parameters for left and right parts. The Part Setting screen is shown on page 11. Edit Sequence Press and hold (for at least one second) the [LEFT 1], [LEFT 2...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 28 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 28 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual 3 TuningNo. (Micro Tuning Number) 05 Werckmeist (Werckmeister) 06 Kirnberger The Werckmeister and Kirnberger scales improve the mean-tone and Pythagorean scales by combining them in different ways. Both are uniquely characterized by the way in which modulation can ...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 29 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 29 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual 5 PortaSw (Portamento Switch) This parameter is used to turn the portamento effect on or off for the current part. Setting values: on or off Time (Portamento Time) This parameter is used to set the amount of time it takes for portamento pitch sweeps with the curr...

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Yamaha CP5 Manual Page 30 Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 Reference Left & Right Parts [VOICE] [PRE-AMP] [MOD-FX] [PWR-AMP] (CP5 only) [LEFT1]/[LEFT2]/[RIGHT1]/ [RIGHT2] (CP5) [LEFT]/[RIGHT] (CP50) [COMMON] Song Setting Area [SONG SETTING] [RECORD] TRACK Part [TRACK] MIC INPUT Part [MIC INPUT] (CP5 only) Settings for All Parts [REVERB] Settings for All Performances [MASTER COMPRESSOR] [UTILITY] [FILE] Appendix 30 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual 9 RcvCC (Receive Control Change) RcvPB (Receive Pitch Bend) These parameters are used to turn on or off the receipt of Control Change and other MIDI messages by the current part. Setting values: on or off NOTE When RcvCC is set to “off”, all other control-chang...

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