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Yamaha Audio PSR-620 User Manual

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SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION

This product utilizes batteries or an external power supply (adapter). DO NOT connect this product to any power supply or adapter other than one described in the manual, on the name plate, or specifically recommended by Yamaha.

This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product.

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE:

The information contained in this manual is believed to be correct at the time of printing. However, Yamaha reserves the right to change or modify any of the specifications without notice or obligation to update existing units.

This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT operate for long periods of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist.

IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before damage occurs.

NOTICE:

Service charges incurred due to a lack of knowledge relating to how a function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, and are therefore the owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your dealer before requesting service.

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES:

Yamaha strives to produce products that are both user safe and environmentally friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the production methods used to produce them, meet these goals. In keeping with both the letter and the spirit of the law, we want you to be aware of the following:

Battery Notice:

This product MAY contain a small non-rechargeable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in place. The average life span of this type of

battery is approximately five years. When replacement becomes necessary, contact a qualified service representative to perform the replacement.

This product may also use “household” type batteries. Some of these may be rechargeable. Make sure that the battery being charged is a rechargeable type and that the charger is intended for the battery being charged.

When installing batteries, do not mix batteries with new, or with batteries of a different type. Batteries MUST be installed correctly. Mismatches or incorrect installation may result in overheating and battery case rupture.

Warning:

Do not attempt to disassemble, or incinerate any battery. Keep all batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by the laws in your area. Note: Check with any retailer of household type batteries in your area for battery disposal information.

Disposal Notice:

Should this product become damaged beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is considered to be at an end, please observe all local, state, and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of products that contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc. If your dealer is unable to assist you, please contact Yamaha directly.

NAME PLATE LOCATION:

The name plate is located on the bottom of the product. The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate. You should record the model number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase.

Model

Serial No.

Purchase Date

PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL

92-BP

FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!

the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference

This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in

harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with

this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly ap-

FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in

proved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use

all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference,

the product.

which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try

to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:

IMPORTANT:

• Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the

When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use

interference.

only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product

MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow in-

• Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or

structions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the

fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.

USA.

• In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna.

NOTE:

If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to

co-axial type cable.

This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements

listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital devices. Compli-

If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please

ance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance

contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If

that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in

you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha

harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment gener-

Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600

ates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to

Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620

• This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America.

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Congr at ul at i ons !

You are the proud owner of a fine electronic keyboard. The Yamaha PSR-620 PortaTone combines the most advanced AWM tone generation technology with state-of-the-art digital electronics and features to give you stunning sound quality with maximum musical enjoyment. A new large graphic display and easy-to-use interface also greatly enhance the operability of this advanced instrument.

In order to make the most of your PortaTone’s features and extensive performance potential, we urge you to read the manual thoroughly while trying out the various features described. Keep the manual in a safe place for later reference.

Impor t ant Feat ur es

141 outstanding voices with eight percussion kits.

A Voice Set function automatically selects appropriate voice parameters whenever a voice is selected.

100 accompaniment styles, each with independent intro, main A and B, 4 fill-ins, and ending sections.

Advanced auto-accompaniment technology gives you fully-orchestrated accompaniment to back up what you play on the keyboard.

Large multi-function LCD display panel makes it easy to select and edit parameters.

One Touch Setting feature instantly provides you with four types of registration settings, all of which match to the selected accompaniment style.

Digital Effects — Reverb, Chorus and DSP, let you freely create a variety of different sonic environments.

Minus One, and Repeat functions are ideal for learning new songs and polishing your keyboard technique.

Song recording feature lets you record two melody tracks with an accompaniment track.

With the Multi Pads, you can play and record a number of short rhythmic and melodic sequences, to add a spice to your performance.

Registration Memory saves 128 your favorite panel settings for instant recall when needed.

Optional Yamaha Music Cartridges can be plugged in for enjoyable automated performance, keyboard practice, and extra accompaniment styles.

Internal 3.5” floppy disk drive provides extended memory capacity and quick play capability.

MIDI compatibility and a range of MIDI functions make the PSR-620 useful in a range of advanced MIDI music systems.

Built-in amplifier and speaker system delivers top-quality sound without the need for external equipment.

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Cont ent s

Taking Care of Your PortaTone ………………………………………….

3

Panel Cont r ols

4

The Music Stand ……………………………………………………………….

5

Set t ing Up

6

Power Supply ……………………………………………………………………

6

Using An Optional AC Power Adaptor …………………………….

6

Using Batteries ……………………………………………………………

6

Connections ……………………………………………………………………..

7

The PHONES Jack ………………………………………………………

7

SUSTAIN Jack …………………………………………………………….

7

AUX OUT R and L+R/L Jack …………………………………………

7

MIDI IN and OUT Connectors ……………………………………….

7

The Demons t r at ion

8

Bas ic Dis play Oper at ion

10

Play ing t he PSR-6 2 0

12

Selecting & Playing Voices ………………………………………………

12

Keyboard Percussion …………………………………………………

14

The Split Mode ………………………………………………………………..

15

Changing the Split Voice & Related Parameters ……………….

15

Touch Response ……………………………………………………………..

17

Dual Voice ……………………………………………………………………….

17

Changing the Dual Voice & Related Parameters ……………….

18

Harmony/Echo …………………………………………………………………

20

Selecting a Harmony/Echo Type …………………………………….

20

Sustain ……………………………………………………………………………

22

Transposition ………………………………………………………………….

23

Pitch Bend ………………………………………………………………………

23

Digit al Ef f ec t s

24

Using the Digital Effects …………………………………………………..

24

Changing the Reverb Effect ……………………………………………..

24

Selecting the Reverb Effect Type ……………………………………

24

Setting the Reverb Return Level ……………………………………..

25

Changing the Chorus Effect …………………………………………….

26

Selecting the Chorus Effect Type ……………………………………

26

Setting the Chorus Return Level ……………………………………..

27

Changing the DSP Effect ………………………………………………….

28

Selecting the DSP Effect Type ……………………………………….

28

Setting the DSP Return Level …………………………………………

29

Us ing Aut o Ac c ompaniment

30

The Stop Accompaniment Function ……………………………..

37

Accompaniment Track Control …………………………………………

38

Large/Small Accompaniment ……………………………………….

39

Muting Individual Tracks ……………………………………………..

39

Changing Accompaniment Track Voices ……………………….

40

Adjusting Accompaniment Track Volume ………………………

40

Changing the Accompaniment Split Point ………………………..

41

One Touch Setting …………………………………………………………..

42

Regis t r at ion M emor y

43

Registering the Panel Settings …………………………………………

43

Recall the Registered Panel Settings ………………………………..

45

The Accomp Freeze Function …………………………………………..

45

Song Rec or ding

46

Recording a Melody Track ……………………………………………….

46

Recording Accompaniment With or Without a Melody …………..

49

Accompaniment and Melody Playback ……………………………..

52

Play from a Specified Measure ……………………………………….

53

Voice & Volume Rewrite ……………………………………………..

54

Clearing the SONG TRACKS ………………………………………

54

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The M ult i Pads

55

Playing the MULTI PADS ………………………………………………….

55

Recording the MULTI PADS ……………………………………………..

57

Us ing M us ic Car t r idges

60

Inserting a Music Cartridge ………………………………………….

60

Music Cartridge Handling Precautions ………………………….

60

Cartridge Accompaniment Styles …………………………………….

61

Selecting Cartridge Styles ……………………………………………..

61

Cartridge Songs ………………………………………………………………

62

Cartridge Song Playback ……………………………………………….

62

Cartridge Registration Presets …………………………………………

63

Selecting Cartridge Registration ……………………………………..

63

Us ing Floppy Dis k s

64

Floppy Disk Handling Precautions ………………………………..

64

Formatting a New Floppy Disk …………………………………………

65

Saving, Loading, & Deleting Disk Files ……………………………..

66

Saving to Disk ………………………………………………………………

66

Loading From Disk ………………………………………………………..

68

The Referred File ………………………………………………………….

70

User Style Files Referred to by a Song File …………………..

70

User Style or Pad Files Referred to by a Registration File . 71

Registration File Referred to by a User Style File …………..

71

Deleting a Disk File ……………………………………………………….

72

Quick Play: Disk Orchestra Collection & Standard MIDI File Disks ..

73

Pr ac t ic e Feat ur es

74

The Minus One Mode ……………………………………………………….

74

Specifying the Parts To Be Turned On or Off …………………

74

Repeat Play ……………………………………………………………………..

75

Ov er all Func t ions

76

General Functions …………………………………………………………..

77

Keyboard Volume ………………………………………………………

77

Octave ……………………………………………………………………..

77

Reverb Level …………………………………………………………….

78

Chorus Level …………………………………………………………….

78

DSP Level …………………………………………………………………

78

Pan ………………………………………………………………………….

78

Voice Set ………………………………………………………………….

79

Accompaniment Volume ……………………………………………..

79

Touch Sensitivity ……………………………………………………….

79

Minus-one Right/Left-hand Channel ……………………………..

80

Pitch Bend Range ………………………………………………………

80

Metronome ……………………………………………………………….

80

Tuning ………………………………………………………………………

80

MIDI Functions ………………………………………………………………..

81

Remote Channel ………………………………………………………..

83

Keyboard Out ……………………………………………………………

83

Song Out ………………………………………………………………….

83

Accompaniment Out …………………………………………………..

84

Local Control …………………………………………………………….

84

External Clock …………………………………………………………..

85

Initial Data Send ………………………………………………………..

85

Appendix

PSR-620 Function Tree …………………………………………………

86

About Digital Effect ……………………………………………………….

88

Troubleshooting ……………………………………………………………

90

Data Backup & Initialization ……………………………………………

91

Data Initialization ……………………………………………………….

91

Index ……………………………………………………………………………….

92

Specifications ……………………………………………………………….

93

Voice List …………………………………………………………………….

94

Percussion Kit List ………………………………………………………..

98

MIDI Implementation Chart …………………………………………..

100

MIDI Data Format ……………………………………………………….

103

GM System Level 1 ………………………………………………….

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Tak i ng Car e of Your Por t aTone

Your PortaTone will give you years of playing pleasure if you follow the simple rules given below:

Location

Do not expose the instrument to the following conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious damage.

Direct sunlight (e.g. near a window).

High temperatures (e.g. near a heat source, outside, or in a car during the daytime).

Excessive humidity.

Excessive dust.

Strong vibration.

Power Supply

Turn the power switch OFF when the instrument is not in use.

An AC adaptor, if used (the PSR-620 runs from either batteries or an optional AC adaptor), should be unplugged from the AC outlet if the instrument is not to be used for an extended period of time.

Unplug the AC adaptor during electric storms.

Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into the same AC outlet as appliances with high power consumption, such as electric heaters or ovens. Also avoid using multi-plug adaptors since these can result in reduced sound quality, operation errors, and possibly damage.

Turn Power OFF When Making Connections

To avoid damage to the instrument and other devices to which it is connected, turn the power switches of all related devices OFF prior to connecting or disconnecting MIDI cables.

Handling and Transport

Never apply excessive force to the controls, connectors or other parts of the instrument.

Always unplug cables by gripping the plug firmly, not by pulling on the cable.

Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.

Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or placing heavy objects on the instrument can result in scratches and more serious damage.

Cleaning

Clean the cabinet and panel with a dry soft cloth.

A slightly damp cloth may be used to remove stubborn grime and dirt.

Never use cleaners such as alcohol or thinner.

Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of the instrument (vinyl can stick to and discolor the surface).

Electrical Interference

This instrument contains digital circuitry and may cause interference if placed too close to radio or television receivers. If this occurs, move the instrument further away from the affected equipment.

Data Backup

Internal data (e.g. Registration Memory data) is retained in memory even if the power switch is turned OFF as long as backup batteries are installed or the AC plug is connected. The internal memory can, however, be corrupted by incorrect operation. Be sure to save important data to floppy disk frequently so you have a backup to revert to if the data in memory is accidentally damaged. Also note that magnetic fields can damage data on floppy disks, so it is advisable to make a second backup copy of disks that contain particularly important data. Always keep backup disks in a safe place away from stray magnetic fields (e.g. those produced by speakers, appliances containing motors, etc.). More important precautions for floppy disk use are given in the “Floppy Disk” section begining on page 64.

Service and Modification

The PSR-620 contains no user serviceable parts. Opening it or tampering with it in anyway can lead to irreparable damage and possibly electric shock. Refer all servicing to qualified YAMAHA personnel.

YAMAHA is not responsible for damage caused by improper handling or operation.

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Panel Cont r ols

Top Panel Controls ………………………………………………………..

1 POWER Switch ………………………………………

page 8

2 MASTER VOLUME Control ………………………

page 8

3 DEMO Button …………………………………………

page 9

4 DIGITAL EFFECT Section

• REVERB Button …………………………………

page 24

• CHORUS Button…………………………………

page 24

• DSP Button ………………………………………..

page 24

• DSP VARIATION Button ………………………

page 24

5 LCD Panel ……………………………………………

page 10

6 Data Dial …………………………………………..

page 9, 14

7 Number [0]~[9] and

[+/YES], [–/NO] Buttons ……………………..

page 9, 13

8 SONG Section

• REC Button…………………………………..

page 47, 50

• PLAY/STOP Button ………………….

page 48, 51, 52

• REPEAT PLAY Button …………………………

page 75

• MINUS ONE Button ……………………………

page 74

9 AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT Section

• SYNC-START/STOP Button ………………..

page 35

• START/STOP Button ……………………..

page 35, 37

• INTRO Button …………………………………….

page 35

• MAIN A/B Button …………………………..

page 35, 37

• ENDING Button ………………………………….

page 37

• ACCOMP LARGE/SMALL Button …………

page 39

• TRACK ON/OFF Button ………………………

page 39

0 CURSOR S, T, <, > Buttons ……………….

page 10

! TEMPO S, T Buttons ……………………………

page 34

@ FUNCTION S, T Buttons ………………………

page 10

# REGISTRATION MEMORY Section

• MEMORIZE Button …………………………….

page 44

• 1~4 Buttons ………………………………….

page 44, 45

• ACCOMP FREEZE Button …………………..

page 45

$ MODE ▼ Button ……………………………………

page 11

% DISK Section

• JOB SELECT Button …………………………..

page 67

• EXECUTE Button ……………………………….

page 65

• QUIT Button……………………………………….

page 68

^ STYLE Button ……………………………………….

page 33

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& VOICE Button ……………………………………….

page 12

* ONE TOUCH SETTING Button ……………….

page 42

( Music CARTRIDGE Slot ………………………..

page 60

) KEYBOARD Section

• TOUCH RESPONSE Button ………………..

page 17

• DUAL VOICE Button …………………………..

page 17

• HARMONY/ECHO Button ……………………

page 20

• SUSTAIN Button …………………………………

page 22

Q MULTI PADS Section

• MULTI PADS 1~4 ………………………….

page 56, 58

• REC/END, TERMINATE Button ………

page 56, 58

Panel Cont r ols

MIDI

AUX OUT

SUSTAIN

DC IN 10-12V

OUT

IN

R

L+R/L

T Y U I

W PITCH BEND Wheel ……………………………..

page 23

E PHONES Jack ………………………………………..

page 7

R Disk Drive …………………………………………….

page 64

Rear Panel Controls………………………………………………………

T MIDI OUT and IN Connectors ………………..

page 7, 81

Y SUSTAIN Jack ………………………………………..

page 7

U AUX OUT R, L+R/L Jacks ……………………………

page 7

I DC IN 10-12V Jack ………………………………….

page 6

The Music Stand

The PSR-620 is supplied with a music stand that can be attached to the instrument by inserting it into the slot at the rear of the control panel.

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Pow er Suppl y

Your PSR-620 will run either from batteries or an optional power adaptor. Follow the instructions below according to the power source you intend to use.

Using An Optional AC Power Adaptor …………………………………………………….

Plug the DC output cable from an optional Yamaha PA-5, PA-5B, or PA5C AC Power Adaptor into the DC IN jack on the rear panel of the PSR620, then plug the Power Adaptor (or the AC cable of the Power Adaptor) into a convenient wall AC power socket. The internal batteries are automatically disconnected when an AC Power Adaptor is used.

DC IN 10-12V

PA-5, AC power socket

PA-5B, or PA-5C

Using Batteries……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

For battery operation the PSR-620 requires six 1.5V SUM-1, “D” size, R-20 or equivalent batteries.

When the batteries need to be replaced “Btry Low” will appear on the display. Also the volume may be reduced, the sound may be distorted, and other problems may occur. When this happens, turn the power OFF and either replace the batteries or connect an AC adaptor.

Replace the batteries as follows:

Z Open the battery compartment cover located on the instrument’s bottom panel.

X Insert the six new batteries, being careful to follow the polarity markings on the inside of the compartment.

C Replace the compartment cover, making sure that it locks firmly in place.

Never interrupt the power supply (e.g. remove the batteries or unplug the AC adaptor) during any PSR-620 record operation! Doing so can result in a loss of data.

Use ONLY a Yamaha PA-5, PA5B, or PA-5C AC Power Adaptor to power your instrument from the AC mains. The use of other adaptors may result in irreparable damage to both the adaptor and the PSR-620.

When the batteries run down, replace them with a complete set of six new batteries.

NEVER mix old and new batteries.

Do not use different kinds of batteries (e.g. alkaline and manganese) at the same time.

To prevent possible damage due to battery leakage, remove the batteries from the instrument if it is not to be used for an extended period of time.

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Connec t i ons

The PHONES Jack

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

A standard pair of stereo headphones

can be plugged in here for private prac —

tice or late — night playing. The internal

PHONES

stereo speaker system is automatically

shut off when a pair of headphones is

plugged into the PHONES jack.

SUSTAIN Jack…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

An optional Yamaha FC4 or FC5

footswitch can be plugged into the rear —

SUSTAIN

panel SUSTAIN jack for sustain control.

The footswitch functions like the damper

pedal on a piano — press for sustain,

release for normal sound.

AUX OUT R and L+R/L ……………………………………………………………………………………..Jack

AUX OUT

R L+R/L

Stereo

System

The AUX OUT R and L+R/L jacks deliver the output of the PSR-620 for connection to an external amplifier, mixing console, PA system, or recording equipment. If you will be connecting the PSR-620 to a monophonic sound system, use only the L+R/L jack. When a plug is inserted into the L+R/L jack only, the leftand right-channel signals are combined and delivered via the L+R/L jack so you don’t lose any of the instrument’s sound.

MIDI IN and OUT Connectors …………………………………………………………………………………

The MIDI IN connector receives MIDI data from an external MIDI device (such as a MIDI sequencer) which can be used to control the PSR-620. The MIDI OUT connector transmits MIDI data generated by the PSR-620 (e.g. note and velocity data produced by playing the keyboard). More details on MIDI are provided on page 81.

Set t ing Up

Be sure that you do not press the pedal while turning the power ON. If you do, the ON/OFF status of the footswitch will be reversed.

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The Demons t r at ion

Once you’ve set up your PSR-620, try listening to the pre-programmed demonstration songs — they’ll give you a good idea of what the PSR-620 can do! A total of 25 demo songs are provided — songs 01 through 17 have been created to demonstrate several of the instrument’s voices, while songs 18 through 25 demonstrate a range of accompaniment styles.

VOICE

STYLE

SONG REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

801 SSax

BEAT

OTS

REGIST

TEMPO 172 TRANSPOSE10 MEASURE A01 REPEAT

CHORD

RHYTHM

BASS CHORD PAD

PHRASE ACCOMP MELODY

MELODY

1

1

1

1

2

MINUS ONE

TOUCH

ON /

OFF

REC REC

REC REVERB

DUAL

VOICE

1 134126152105

199101

CHORUS

HARMONY

VOL

DSP

SUSTAIN

ACCOMP TRACK

SONG TRACK

NORMAL

SPLIT

SINGLE FINGERED

LOAD

SAVE

DELETE

FORMAT

1 Switch ON ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Turn the power ON by pressing the [POWER] switch.

POWER

ON / OFF

2 Set an Initial Volume Level ………………………………………………………………………………………….

Turn the [MASTER VOLUME] control up (clockwise) about a quarterturn from its minimum position. You can re-adjust the [MASTER VOLUME] control for the most comfortable overall volume level after playback begins.

MASTER

VOLUME

MIN MAX

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3 Press the [DEMO] Button……………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [DEMO] button to start demo playback. The PSR-620 SONG function will automatically be selected and the number and name of the first demo song will appear on the top line of the display and the SONG [PLAY/ STOP] indicator will light. The demo will begin playing automatically. The demo songs will play in sequence, and the sequence will repeat until stopped.

DEMO

801SSax

4 Skip to the Beginning Of a Different Demo Song…………………..

While the demonstration is playing you can select any of the 25 demo songs by using the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial. Playback will skip to the beginning of the selected song.

VOICE

801 SSax

STYLE

SONG

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

*1 * *

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

–/NO

+/YES

5 Exit When Done ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Press the [DEMO] button, the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button, or the AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT [START/STOP] button to stop demo playback, then press the [VOICE] button to exit from the SONG function and return to the normal play-mode display when you’ve finished playing the demo songs.

DEMO

The Demons t r at ion

You can play along on the PSR620 keyboard while the demonstration is playing.

The volume bars of the song tracks at the bottom of the display will move in response to the data in each track while the demo plays.

When playing demo songs which use the PSR-620 internal accompaniment styles:

*Chord names will appear on the display and the volume bars of the accomp. tracks will move in response to the data in each track while the demo plays.

*The harmony effect (see page 20) can be applied when playing along with the chord progression of the song.

When you stop demo song sequence playback and start again by pressing the [PLAY/STOP] button, only the current song will play, then playback will stop automatically.

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Bas ic Dis play Oper at ion

The PSR-620 LCD panel is a large multi-function type that simultaneously displays and provides access to a number of important parameters. Basic operation of the display as well as the CURSOR, FUNCTION, MODE, JOB SELECT and NUMBER buttons, and the meaning of the icons which appear in the display, are summarized briefly below.

The Cursor Buttons

The CURSOR buttons are used to select the various parameters which appear in the display. Depending on the selected parameter, the “cursor” may appear as an underline, or the selected icon or value may simply flash. Each CURSOR button moves the cursor in the corresponding direction. The [▲] and [▼] CURSOR buttons are also used to select functions within the function groups selected by the FUNCTION buttons in some cases.

Parameter Icons

DISK (Disk)

Appears when a Disk song, style, multi pad or registration is selected (page 64).

CART (Cartridge)

Appears when a Music Cartridge song, style, or registration memory is selected (page 60).

BEAT

Flashes at the current tempo and indicates the BEAT current beat during accompaniment and song

playback. (page 36)

The Functions

The PSR-620 has a range of functions selected via the FUNCTION [▲] and [▼] buttons — e.g. voice selection, style selection, song number selection, etc. The currently selected function is indicated by an arrow in the display next to the function list printed immediately to the left of the display. All of the listed functions can be selected by pressing either the FUNCTION [▲] or [▼] button as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to the name of the desired function.

STYLE

801 GrandPno

FUNCTION

VOICE

CURSOR

SONG

OT

REGIST MEMORY

REGIST

TEMPO 118 TRANSPOSE10 MEASURE A01 REPE

MULTI PAD

RHYTHM

BASS CHORD PAD

PHRASE ACCOMP MELODY

MELODY

DUAL VOICE

1

1

1

1

2

MINU

ON /

SPLIT VOICE

OFF

REC REC

REC

REVE

HARM/ECHO

VOICE

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CHOR

OVERALL

VOL

DIGITAL EFFECT

DSP

ACCOMP TRACK

SONG TRACK

Accompaniment Track Parameters & Icons

The PSR-620 has 8 accompaniment tracks (RHYTHM1/2, BASS, CHORD1/2, PAD, and PHRASE1/2), each with ON/OFF, voice number, and volume parameters that can be set as required (page 38). The icons, drums for RHYTHM1 and 2, an acoustic applied bass for BASS, an electric guitar for CHORD1 and 2, violins for PAD, a trumpet for PHRASE 1 and 2, will appear when the respective track is ON.

RHYTHM BASS CHORD PAD PHRASE

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OTS (One Touch Setting)

Appears when the ONE TOUCH

OTS

SETTING feature is engaged

(page 42).

REGIST (Registration Memory)

REGIST

TEMPO

Indicates the currently selected REGISTRATION MEMORY number (page 45).

TEMPO

Shows the current tempo of accompaniment/song playback (page 34).

TRANSPOSE

The current transpose value (page

TRANSPOSE 23).

MEASURE

Indicates the current measure

number during song recording and

MEASURE

playback (page 53).

REPEAT

Indicates the “A” and “B” repeat REPEAT points when programming a repeat

section. (page 75)

CHORD

Indicates the current chord name

m

CHORD during accompaniment/ song playback (page36)

NORMAL

BEAT

SPLIT

S

SINGLE

m

FINGERED

AT

CHORD

S ONE

TOUCH

MODE

LOAD

RB

DUAL

US

HARMONY

SAVE

DELETE

JOB

SUSTAIN

FORMAT

SELECT

EXECUTE

QUIT

DISK

Song Track Parameters & Icons

Like the accompaniment tracks, each of the 3 song tracks has ON/OFF, voice number (MELODY tracks), and volume parameters that can be set as required (page 46). Each track has its own icon which appears when the track is ON.

ACCOMP MELODY MELODY 1 2

The Modes

The MODE button to the right of the display selects one of the PSR520’s four operational modes: NORMAL, SPLIT, SINGLE, and FINGERED. The currently selected mode is indicated by an arrow in the display next to the mode list printed immediately to the right of the display. All of the listed modes can be selected by pressing the MODE button as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to the name of the desired mode.

NORMAL: The normal play mode (page 12).

SPLIT: The split-keyboard mode in which different voices can be played by the left and right hands (page 15).

SINGLE: The single-finger accompaniment mode which allows fully-orchestrated accompaniment to be produced by specifying chords using only one, two or three fingers (page 31).

FINGERED: The fingered accompaniment mode in which fully-or- chestrated accompaniment is produced according to chords you play on the keyboard (page 31).

Feature On/Off Icons

MINUS ONE

REVERB

CHORUS

DSP

TOUCH

DUAL

HARMONY

SUSTAIN

MINUS ONE

Appears when the MINUS ONE feature is ON (page 74).

REVERB

Appears when the REVERB EFFECT is ON (page 24).

CHORUS

Appears when the CHORUS EFFECT is ON (page 24).

DSP

Appears when the DSP EFFECT is ON (page 24).

TOUCH (Touch Response)

Appears when the TOUCH RESPONSE is ON (page 17).

DUAL (Dual Voice)

Appears when the DUAL VOICE feature is ON (page 17).

HARMONY

Appears when the HARMONY/ECHO is ON (page 20).

SUSTAIN

Appears when the SUSTAIN is ON (page 22).

The Disk Functions

The [JOB SELECT] button to the right of the display selects one of the PSR620’s four disk jobs: LOAD, SAVE, DELETE and FORMAT. The currently selected job is indicated by an arrow in the display next to the disk job list printed immediately to the right of the display. All of the listed jobs can be selected by pressing the [JOB SELECT] button as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to the name of the desired job.

LOAD: Loads data from floppy disk (page 68).

SAVE: Saves the specified data to floppy disk (page 66).

DELETE: Deletes a specified data file from the floppy disk (page 72).

FORMAT: Formats a disk for use with the PSR-620 (page 65).

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VOICE

STYLE

SONG REGIST MEMORY MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

801 GrandPno OTS BEAT

REGIST

TEMPO 118 TRANSPOSE10 MEASURE A01 REPEAT

CHORD

RHYTHM

BASS CHORD PAD

PHRASE ACCOMP MELODY

MELODY

1

1

1

1

2

MINUS ONE

TOUCH

ON /

OFF

REC REC

REC REVERB

DUAL

VOICE

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CHORUS

HARMONY

VOL

DSP

SUSTAIN

ACCOMP TRACK

SONG TRACK

NORMAL

SPLIT

SINGLE

FINGERED

LOAD

SAVE

DELETE

FORMAT

Sel ec t i ng & Pl ay i ng Voi c es

The PSR-620 has 141 outstanding “pitched” voices (voice numbers 01 through 141) and 8 percussion kits

(numbers 142 through 149) that you can select and play on the keyboard.

1 Select the NORMAL Mode …………………………………………………………………………………………..

If you want to play a single voice over the entire range of the PSR-620 keyboard, you’ll need to select the NORMAL mode. To do this, press the [MODE] button to the right of the display as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to “NORMAL” in the mode list to the right of the display. The other modes will be described later in this manual.

NORMAL

SPLIT

SINGLE

FINGERED

LOAD

SAVE

DELETE

FORMAT

2 Select the VOICE Function …………………………………………………………………………………………

Before you select a voice to play, the PSR-620 voice function must be selected. The simplest way to do this is to press the [VOICE] button. This immediately selects the VOICE function no matter what function was previously selected.

An alternative method is to press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “VOICE” in the function list to the left of the display.

FUNCTION

STYLE

801 GrandPno

VOICE

VOICE

SONG

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

“Kybd Vol” function (see page

77) in the OVERALL function group can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [VOICE] button.

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3 Select a Voice…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

The PSR-620 has 149 voices that can be selected by using either the [–/ NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial. The voices are listed in the VOICE list printed at the top of the instrument’s control panel. The number and name of the currently selected voice appears on the top line of the display panel while the VOICE function is selected.

The [–/NO] and [+/YES] Buttons

When the VOICE function is selected these buttons step up or down through the PSR-520’s voices. Press either button briefly to step to the next voice in the corresponding direction, or hold the button to scroll rapidly through the voices in the corresponding direction.

The Number Buttons

The number buttons can be used to directly enter the number of the desired voice, thereby immediately selecting that voice without having to step through a number of other voices.

Two-digit voice numbers (i.e. “01” through “99”) are selected simply by entering the two digits in sequence — e.g. to select voice number “57”, briefly press the [5] buttons and then the [7] button.

*1 * *

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

–/NO

+/YES

Three-digit voice numbers (i.e. “100” through “149”) are entered by first pressing and holding the [1] button until “1” appears in the hundreds position on the display, then press the remaining two digits in sequence.

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Voice numbers 150 ~ 151 exclusively can be used as the dual voice — see page 19.

Whenever you select a new voice, the appropriate voicerelated parameters for that voice will be set automatically. This is the PSR-620 Voice Set function. The Voice Set function can be turned OFF if not required — page 79.

The stereo pan position of the voice can be set via the “Pan” function in the OVERALL function group — see page 78.

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The Data Dial

This is undoubtedly the easiest way to select a voice. Simply rotate the dial clockwise to increment or counter-clockwise to decrement.

4 Play & Adjust Volume………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

You can now play the selected voice on the PSR-620 keyboard. Use the [MASTER VOLUME] control to adjust the overall volume level.

The optimum octave settings (OVERALL function: octave=0) are set for each voice (except for the keyboard percussion voices).

The keyboard volume can be adjusted independently from the accompaniment volume via the “Kybd Vol” function in the OVER-

ALL function group — see page 77. “Kybd Vol” function can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [VOICE] button.

Keyboard Percussion

When one of the eight PERCUSSION KIT voices are selected — voice numbers 142 through 149 — you can play drums and percussion instruments on the keyboard. The drums and percussion instruments played by the various keys are marked by symbols below the keys.

STYLE

142 Std.Kit

VOICE

SONG

The Percussion Kits

142Standard Kit

143Room Kit

144Rock Kit

145Electronic Kit

146Analog Kit

147Jazz Kit

148Brush Kit

149Classic Kit

The Harmony/Echo and Dual functions (pages 20 and 17) cannot be turned ON while a keyboard percussion voice is selected, and will automatically be turned OFF if a keyboard percussion voice is selected while they are ON.

The TRANSPOSE parameter (page 23) has no effect on the keyboard percussion voices.

See page 98 for a complete listing of the keyboard percussion drum instrument assignments.

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The Spl i t M ode

The SPLIT mode lets you play different voices with the left and right hands. You could, for example, play bass with the left hand while playing piano with the right. The right-hand voice is the keyboard voice you select in the normal way (page 12), and the left hand voice is selected via the SPLIT VOICE function, described below. The “split point” is initially set at B2 (note number 59), but it can be set at any key on the keyboard.

The SPLIT mode is engaged by pressing the [MODE] button so that the arrow in the display appears next to “SPLIT” in the mode list to the right of the display.

Split Point

Voice selected via

the VOICE function

Split Voice

NORMAL

SPLIT

SINGLE

FINGERED

LOAD

SAVE

DELETE

FORMAT

The SPLIT mode and DUAL VOICE features (page 17) can be used at the same time. In this case the dual voice plays simultaneously with the right-hand voice only.

Changing the Split Voice & Related Parameters

1 Select the SPLIT VOICE Function ……………………………………………………………………

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “SPLIT VOICE” in the function list to the left of the display.

STYLE

855 Aco.Bass

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

2 Select the Function and Set As Required ………………………………………….

Use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the desired function, and then the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to set as required (the name of the selected function and its current setting appear on the top line of the display).

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

–/NO

+/YES

Function

Description

• If the Voice Set function is ON

Split Voice

The split voice can be changed as required while the number

(page 79), the Split Voice param-

and name of the current split voice appear on the top line of

eters will change automatically

the display.

whenever a different keyboard

voice is selected.

S.Volume

Sets the volume of the split voice so you can create the opti-

• The selected Split Voice param-

mum blend with the right-hand voice. The volume range is

eter can be reset to its default

from “00” (no sound) to “127” (maximum split voice volume).

value by simultaneously pressing

the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons.

S.Octave

Shifts the pitch of the split voice up or down one or two oc-

• Negative ”S.Octave” and “S.Pan”

taves. “–1” is down one octave, “–2” is down two octaves; “+1”

parameters can be entered by

and “+2” are up one and two octaves, respectively.

pressing the number buttons

while holding the [-NO] button.

S.RevLvl

Sets the reverb send level for the split voice. The reverb send

• Reverb and chorus return levels

level determines the amount of signal sent to the reverb effect.

can be changed via “RevRtnLv”

The range is from “00”(no effect) to “127” (maximum effect).

and “ChoRtnLv” in the DIGITAL

EFFECT function — see pages 25

S.ChoLvl

Sets the chorus send level for the split voice. The chorus send

and 27.

level determines the amount of signal sent to the chorus ef-

fect. The range is from “00” (no effect) to “127” (maximum

effect).

S.Pan

Positions the split voice in the stereo sound field. The pan

range is from “–7” to “+7”. “–7” is full left and “+7” is full right.

S.Split

Sets the keyboard split point — i.e. the key that separates the

leftand right-hand voices (the split-point key is included in the

left-hand section of the keyboard). Simply press the key you

want to assign as the split point. The key number of the key

you press will appear to the left of “S.Split” on the top line of

the display. You can also use the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons,

the number buttons or the data dial to enter the split point key

number. The lowest key on the keyboard (C1) is key number

“36”, middle C (C3) is “60”, and the highest key (C6) is “96”.

The split point can be set at any key number from 00 through

127, allowing the split point to be set outside the range of the

PSR-620 keyboard for MIDI applications. The default split

point is 59 (B2).

3 Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the

SPLIT VOICE function.

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Touc h Res pons e

This function turns the touch response of the keyboard ON or OFF. Use the KEYBOARD [TOUCH RESPONSE] button to turn TOUCH RESPONSE ON or OFF as required. The touch-response icon will appear next to “TOUCH” in the display when TOUCH RESPONSE is turned ON. The actual touch response sensitivity of the keyboard can be adjusted via the “TouchSns” function in the OVERALL function group (page 79). When OFF (i.e. when the touchresponse icon is not showing) the same volume is produced no matter how hard you play on the keyboard. Touch response can be turned OFF to produce a more realistic effect with voices that normally do not have touch response: e.g. organ and harpsichord.

KEYBOARD

TOUCH RESPONSE

TOUCH

DUAL VOICE

DUAL

SUSTAIN

SUSTAIN

Touch Response is turned ON whenever the power switch is turned ON.

The “TouchSns” function in the OVERALL function group can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [TOUCH RESPONSE] button.

Dual Voi c e

When the DUAL VOICE feature is engaged you can play two voices simultaneously across the entire keyboard — the keyboard voice you select in the normal way (page 12), and a “dual” voice selected via the DUAL VOICE function.

The DUAL VOICE feature is turned ON and OFF by pressing the [DUAL VOICE] button. The dual-voice icon (overlapping keyboards) will appear next to “DUAL” in the display when DUAL VOICE is turned ON.

KEYBOARD

TOUCH RESPONSE

TOUCH

DUAL VOICE

DUAL

SUSTAIN

SUSTAIN

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Changing the Dual Voice & Related Parameters

1 Select the DUAL VOICE Function …………………………………………………………………….

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DUAL VOICE” in the function list to the left of the display.

STYLE

873 Strings2

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

2 Select the Function and Set As Required ………………………………………….

Use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the desired function, and then the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to set as required (the name of the selected function and its current setting appear on the top line of the display).

STYLE

150 D.Volume

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

“DUAL VOICE” function can be quickly selected by pressing and holding the [DUAL VOICE] button.

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Function

Description

Dual Voice

The dual voice can be changed as required while the

number and name of the current dual voice appear on the

top line of the display.

The PSR-620 has 143 dual voices (voice numbers

01…141 and 150…151). Voice numbers 150…151 exclu-

sively can be used as the dual voice.

D.Volume

Sets the volume of the dual voice so you can create the

optimum blend with the main keyboard voice. The volume

range is from “00” (no sound) to “127” (maximum dual

voice volume).

D.Octave

Shifts the pitch of the dual voice up or down one or two

octaves. “–1” is down one octave, “–2” is down two oc-

taves; “+1” and “+2” are up one and two octaves, respec-

tively. The original octave of the dual voice is determined

by the “Octave” function in the OVERALL function group

— page 77.

D.RevLvl

Sets the reverb send level for the dual voice. The reverb

send level detrmines the amount of signal sent to the

reverb effect. The range is “00”(no effect) to “127”(maxi-

mum effect).

D.ChoLvl

Sets the chorus send level for the dual voice. The chorus

send level determines the amount of signal sent to the

chorus effect. The range is “00”(no effect) to “127”(maxi-

mum effect).

D.Pan

Positions the dual voice in the stereo sound field. The pan

range is from “–7” to “+7”. “–7” is full left and “+7” is full

right.

3 Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the DUAL VOICE function.

If the Voice Set function is ON (page 79), the Dual Voice parameters will change automatically whenever a different voice is selected via the VOICE function.

Keyboard percussion voices cannot be used as the dual voice.

The selected Dual Voice parameter can be reset to its default value by simultaneously pressing the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons.

The octave of the main and dual voices can be changed via the “Octave” function in the OVERALL function group — page 77.

Negative “D.Octave” and “D.Pan” parameters can be entered by pressing the number buttons while holding the [–/NO] button.

Reverb and chorus return levels can be changed via “RevRtnLv” and “ChoRtnLv”, respectively, in the DIGITAL EFFECT functionsee pages 25 and 27.

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Har mony / Ec ho

The harmony effects (01…10) automatically add appropriate harmony notes to the melody line you play on the keyboard. The harmony is derived from the chords you play on the left hand parts.

The echo effects (11…22) add delay-based effects to the right hand melody parts.

Press the [HARMONY/ECHO] button to turn the HARMONY/ECHO effect ON or OFF. When HARMONY/ECHO is turned ON, the harmony icon will appear next to “HARMONY” in the display.

KEYBOARD

TOUCH RESPONSE

TOUCH

DUAL VOICE

DUAL

SUSTAIN

SUSTAIN

Harmony/Echo effect can not be turned ON when a keyboard percussion kit is selected for the Voice.

Harmony can not be used when the Auto Accompaniment Chord

Cancel function (page 32) is in use.

Harmony does not apply in the

NORMAL mode.

Harmony can be used in the SPLIT mode as well as in the

SINGLE and FINGERED modes.

The Harmony/Echo effect can not be turned ON when the FINGERED FULL mode (page 33) is in use and will automatically be turned OFF when the FINGERED FULL mode is selected.

Selecting a Harmony/Echo Type

1 Select the Harmony/Echo Function……………………………………………………………..

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “HARM/ ECHO” in the function list to the left of the display.

STYLE

805 Block

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

You can also select the HARM/ECHO function by pressing and holding the [HARMONY/ECHO] button until the arrow jumps to the “HARM/ ECHO” position and the current harmony/echo name appears in the display.

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2 Select a Harmony/Echo Type …………………………………………………………………………………

Use the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to select one of the available harmony/echo types (listed below).

The Harmony(01…10) & Echo(11…22) Types

Type

Description

01: Duet

This harmony type produces a duophonic melody with the

second voice below the melody line.

02: 1+5

A parallel voice is produced a fifth above the melody voice.

03: Country

Similar to Duet, but the second voice is above the melody

line.

04: Trio

This harmony type generates two voices in addition to the

melody voice.

05: Block

Three or four notes are added to the melody to produce

four or five-note chords.

06: 4WayClose1

Three harmony notes are generated to produce a four-note

chord.

07: 4WayClose2

Similar to the preceding type, but depending on the chords

played this type will sometimes produce a more colorful

sound.

08: 4WayOpen

Four-note chords with open voice (large intervals between

the notes). The result is a very “open” sound. Since the

harmony notes can be as much as two octaves below the

melody, avoid playing in the lower registers.

09: Octave

One note is added an octave below the melody.

10: Strum

The notes and assignments are the same as in the Block

type, but the notes are arpeggiated.

11: Echo1/4

This type creates quarter-note delayed repeats.

12: Echo1/6

This type creates quarter-note triplet delayed

3

repeats.

13: Echo1/8

This type creates 8th-note delayed repeats.

14: Echo1/12

This type creates 8th-note triplet delayed

3

repeats.

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If the VOICE SET function is ON (page 79), the harmony/echo type will change automatically whenever a different voice is selected via the VOICE function.

The harmony/echo type can be reset to its default by simultaneously pressing the [–/NO] and [+/

YES] buttons.

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Type

Description

15: Tremolo1/8

This type creates 8th-note tremolos.

16: Tremolo1/12

This type creates 8th-note triplet tremolos.

3

17: Tremolo1/16

This type creates 16th-note tremolos.

18: Tremolo1/32

This type creates 32nd-note tremolos.

19: Trill1/12

This type creates 8th-note triplet trilled repeats.

3

20: Trill1/16

This type creates 16th-note trilled repeats.

21: Trill1/24

This type creates 16th-note triplet trilled repeats.

3

22: Trill1/32

This type creates 32nd-note trilled repeats.

3 Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the HARM/ECHO function.

Sus t ain

When the Sustain feature is ON (the sustain icon will appear next to “SUSTAIN” in the display), all notes played on the keyboard have a longer sustain. Press the [SUSTAIN] button to turn the SUSTAIN effect ON or OFF.

KEYBOARD

TOUCH RESPONSE

TOUCH

DUAL VOICE

DUAL

SUSTAIN

SUSTAIN

Sustain does not apply to some voices.

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Tr ans pos i t i on

This functions allow the overall pitch of the PSR-620 to be transposed up or down by a maximum of one

octave in semitone increments.

1 Move the Cursor to the Transpose Value ……………………………………………

Use the CURSOR buttons to select the number to the right of the keyboard icon labelled “TRANSPOSE” on the display (the number will flash when selected).

TRANSPOSE 0

2 Set the Transposition As Required……………………………………………………………….

Use the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to set the desired degree of transposition. The transpose range is from –12 to +12, allowing a maximum upward or downward transposition of 1-octave.

A setting of “0” produces the normal pitch.

Press the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons simultaneously to instantly reset the transpose value to “0”.

The new transpose value will apply from the next note played.

Negative values can be entered by pressing the number buttons while holding the [–/NO] button.

Pi t c h Bend

The PITCH BEND wheel to the left of the keyboard allows the pitch of notes played on the keyboard to be bend up or down — roll the wheel away from you to bend up, and toward you to bend down.

The actual pitch bend range can be adjusted via the “PBRange” function in the OVERALL function group (page 80).

PITCH BEND

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Digit al Ef f ec t s

The PSR-620 provides a variety of Digital Effects — 12 Reverb Effects, 9 Chorus Effects and 45 DSP Effects — which can add tremendous variety to your sound.

VOICE

STYLE

SONG REGIST MEMORY MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

801 ≤Hall1

BEAT

OTS

REGIST

TEMPO 118 TRANSPOSE10 MEASURE A01 REPEAT

CHORD

RHYTHM

BASS CHORD PAD

PHRASE ACCOMP MELODY

MELODY

1

1

1

1

2

MINUS ONE

TOUCH

ON /

OFF

REC REC

REC REVERB

DUAL

VOICE

1 135102117130

101101

CHORUS

HARMONY

VOL

DSP

SUSTAIN

ACCOMP TRACK

SONG TRACK

NORMAL

SPLIT

SINGLE

FINGERED

LOAD

SAVE

DELETE

FORMAT

Us i ng t he Di gi t al Ef f ec t s

The digital effects can be turned ON or OFF by pressing the [REVERB] button, [CHORUS] button and [DSP] button respectively. Each DSP effect has a variation which can be accessed by using the [DSP VARIATION] button. The appropriate icon(s) will appear in the display when the effects are turned ON.

DIGITAL EFFECT

REVERB DSP

DSP

CHORUS VARIATION

The [REVERB], [CHORUS] and [DSP] buttons turn the effects applied to the VOICE function voice ON or OFF.

If the Voice Set function (page 79) is ON, the REVERB, CHORUS, and DSP VARIATION ON/OFF status will be set automatically. DSP will be turned ON whenever a different voice is selected via the VOICE function.

Changi ng t he Rev er b Ef f ec t

Selecting the Reverb Effect Type

1 Select the Reverb Type Function ………………………………………………………….

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGITAL EFFECT” in the function list to the left of the display, and use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the Reverb Type function, “Reverb M”.

STYLE

Reverb ≥

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

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2 Select the Reverb Type …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Use the cursor [>] button to enter the Reverb Type function and then select one of the 13 reverb types using the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial. The name of the selected reverb type appears on the top line of the display.

STYLE

101 ≤Hall1

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

You can also enter the Reverb Type function by pressing and holding the [REVERB] button until the arrow jumps to the “DIGITAL EFFECT” position and the current reverb type name appears in the display.

3 Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the DIGITAL EFFECT function.

Setting the Reverb Return Level

Digit al Ef f ec t s

See page 89 for a complete listing of the reverb types.

The default reverb type can be recalled simultaneously pressing the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons.

You can return to the previous display, “ReverbM”, by pressing the cursor [<] button, and choose the CHORUS or DSP effect.

The Reverb type will change automatically whenever a different style is selected.

If you want to disable the reverb effect for all except the VOICE function voice, select OFF in the Type selection.

The Reverb Types

01~04

Hall 1~4

05~08

Room 1~4

09, 10

Stage 1, 2

11, 12

Plate 1, 2

13

OFF

The reverb return level determines the amount of “wet” (effect) signal output to the amplifier.

Select the Reverb Return Level Function …………………………………………..

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGITAL EFFECT” in the function list to the left of the display, and use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the Reverb Return Level function.

164RevRtnLv

Set the Reverb Return Level ……………………………………………………………………………………

Use the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to set the desired reverb return level. The range is from “00” to “127”.

Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the DIGITAL EFFECT function.

See page 88 for more details on the Digital Effects.

The reverb return level specified here affects the entire setting.

The reverb send level, however, can be independently applied to the voice selected via the VOICE function, the split voice and the dual voice via “RevLevel” in the

OVERALL function group,

“S.RevLvl” in the SPLIT VOICE function, and “D.RevLvl” in the DUAL VOICE function (see pages 88, 16 and 19).

The default reverb return level =64 can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [–/NO] and [+/ YES] buttons simultaneously.

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Digit al Ef f ec t s

Changi ng t he Chor us Ef f ec t

Selecting the Chorus Effect Type

1 Select the Chorus Type Function…………………………………………………………………….

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGITAL EFFECT” in the function list to the left of the display, and use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the Chorus Type function, “Chorus M”.

STYLE

Chorus ≥

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

2 Select the Chorus Type ……………………………………………………………………………………………………

Use the cursor [>] button to enter the Chorus Type function and then select one of the 10 chorus types using the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial. The name of the selected chorus type appears on the top line of the display.

STYLE

101 ≤Chorus1

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

You can also enter the Chorus Type function by pressing and holding the [CHORUS] button until the arrow jumps to the “DIGITAL EFFECT” position and the current chorus type name appears in the display.

See page 89 for a complete listing of the chorus types.

The chorus type will change automatically whenever a different style is selected.

You can return to the previous display, “ChorusM”, by pressing the cursor [<] button, and choose the REVERB or DSP effect.

The default chorus type can be recalled by simultaneously pressing the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons.

If you want to disable the chorus effect for all except the VOICE function voice, select OFF in the Type selection.

The Chorus Types

01~05

Chorus 1~5

06~09

Flanger 1~4

10

OFF

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Digit al Ef f ec t s

3 Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the

DIGITAL EFFECT function.

Setting the Chorus Return Level

The chorus return level determines the amount of “wet” (effect) signal output to the amplifier.

Select the Chorus Return Level Function ………………………………………….

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGITAL EFFECT” in the function list to the left of the display, and use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the Chorus Return Level function.

164ChoRtnLv

Set the Chorus Return Level …………………………………………………………………………………..

Use the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to set the desired chorus return level. The range is from “00” to “127”.

Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the DIGITAL EFFECT function.

See page 88 for more details on the Digital Effects.

The chorus return level specified here affects the entire setting.

The chorus send level, however, can be independntly applied to the voice selected via the VOICE function, the split voice and the dual voice via “ChoLevel” in the

OVERALL function group,

“S.ChoLvl” in the SPLIT VOICE function and “D.ChoLvl” in the

DUAL VOICE function (see pages 88, 16 and 19).

The default chorus return level =

64 can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [–/NO] and [+/ YES] buttons simultaneously.

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Digit al Ef f ec t s

Changi ng t he DSP Ef f ec t

Selecting the DSP Effect Type

1 Select the DSP Type Function ………………………………………………………………………………

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGITAL EFFECT” in the function list to the left of the display, and use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the DSP Type function, “Dsp M”.

STYLE

Dsp

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

2 Select the DSP Type………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Use the cursor [>] button to enter the DSP Type function and then select one of the 46 DSP types using the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial. The name of the selected DSP type appears on the top line of the display.

STYLE

110 ≤Stage2

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

The DSP Types

01~04

Hall 1~4

05~08

Room 1~4

09, 10

Stage 1, 2

11, 12

Plate 1, 2

13, 14

Early Reflection 1, 2

15

Gate Reverb

16

Reverse Gate

17~21

Chorus 1~5

22~25

Flanger 1~4

26

Symphonic

27

Phaser

28~32

Rotary Speaker 1~5

33, 34

Tremolo 1, 2

35

Guitar Tremolo

36

Auto Pan

37

Auto Wah

38

Delay L, C, R

39

Delay L, R

40

Echo

41

Cross Delay

42

Distortion Hard

43

Distortion Soft

44

EQ Disco

45

EQ Telephone

46

OFF

See page 89 for a complete listing of the DSP types.

The default DSP type can be recalled by simultaneously pressing the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons.

If the Voice Set function is ON

(page 79) the DSP type will change automatically whenever a different voice is selected via the VOICE function.

When Rotary Speaker 1…5 is selected, the [DSP VARIATION] button will switch the speed of the rotating speaker between fast

(ON) and slow (OFF).

You can return to the previous display, “DspM”, by pressing the cursor [<] button, and choose the REVERB or CHORUS effect.

If you want to disable the DSP effect for all except the VOICE function voice, select OFF in the Type selection.

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Digit al Ef f ec t s

Each DSP effect has its own variation. Turn the [DSP VARIATION] button ON to activate each variation.

You can also select the DSP Type function by pressing and holding the [DSP] button until the arrow jumps to the “DIGITAL EFFECT” position and the current DSP type name appears in the display.

3 Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the

DIGITAL EFFECT function.

Setting the DSP Return Level

The DSP return level determines the amount of “wet” (effect) signal output to the amplifier.

Select the DSP Return Level Function ……………………………………………………

Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGITAL EFFECT” in the function list to the left of the display, and use the cursor [] and [] buttons to select the DSP Return Level function.

164DspRtnLv

Set the DSP Return Level …………………………………………………………………………………………….

Use the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to set the desired DSP return level. The range is from “00” to “127”. The DSP send level can be adjusted via the “DspLevel” function in the OVERALL function group-see page 78.

Exit …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Press the [VOICE] button or select a different function to exit from the DIGITAL EFFECT function.

See page 88 for more details on the Digital Effects.

The DSP return level can not be changed for the insertion DSP types (see page 88). In this case,

“- — -” will appear on the display.

The default DSP return level =64 can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [–/NO] and [+/

YES] buttons simultaneously.

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Us ing Aut o Ac c ompaniment

The PSR-620 has 100 different accompaniment “styles” that can be used to provide fully-orchestrated accompaniment. The PSR-620’s sophisticated Auto Accompaniment system can provide automated bass and chord backing that is perfectly matched to the selected accompaniment style.

The maximum number of notes that can be played simultaneously on the PSR-620 keyboard is reduced when the Accompaniment is used.

About the PSR-620 Styles and the Yamaha Style File Format

The Style File Format is Yamaha’s original auto-accompaniment format which has evolved through years of development and refinement. Style File Format allows you to use exceptionally high quality accompaniments with a variety of chord types through its unique conversion system. Style File Format styles, based on GM system level 1, can be played with the GM compatible tone generator. In addition to the internal styles, the optional style disks and music cartridges let you use different shophisticated styles created with the Style File Format.

The internal PSR-620 styles conform to the Style File Format. The built-in floppy disk drive also provides full Style File Format compatibility by allowing playback of Style File Format Disk Styles.

VOICE

STYLE

SONG REGIST MEMORY MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

801 8BeatPop OTS BEAT

REGIST

TEMPO 118 TRANSPOSE10 MEASURE A01 REPEAT

CHORD

RHYTHM

BASS CHORD PAD

PHRASE ACCOMP MELODY

MELODY

1

1

1

1

2

MINUS ONE

TOUCH

ON /

OFF

REC REC

REC REVERB

DUAL

VOICE

1 134126152105

101101

CHORUS

HARMONY

VOL

DSP

SUSTAIN

ACCOMP TRACK

SONG TRACK

NORMAL

SPLIT

SINGLE

FINGERED

LOAD

SAVE

DELETE

FORMAT

1 Select the SINGLE or FINGERED

Accompaniment Mode………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Press the [MODE] button to the right of the display as many times as necessary until the arrow in the display appears next to “SINGLE” or “FINGERED” in the mode list to the right of the display. If you select the “SINGLE” mode, accompaniment chords are played as follows:

NORMAL

SPLIT

SINGLE

FINGERED

LOAD

MODE

SAVE

DELETE

FORMAT

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SINGLE FINGER ACCOMPANIMENT

Single-finger accompaniment makes it simple to produce beautifully orchestrated accompaniment using major, seventh, minor and minorseventh chords by pressing a minimum number of keys on the left-hand section of the keyboard. The abbreviated chord fingerings described below are used:

For a major chord, press the root key only.

For a minor chord, simultaneously press the root key and a black key to its left.

For a seventh chord, simultaneously press the root key and a white key to its left.

For a minor-seventh chord, simultaneously press the root key and both a white and black key to its left.

2 If the FINGERED Mode is Selected, Select the

Desired Fingering Mode …………………………………………………………………………………………………

The PSR-620 has three fingering modes for fingered accompaniment — Normal, Bass and Full. The NORMAL mode is automatically selected whenever the power is initially turned ON. To select a different fingering mode first select the OVERALL functions by pressing the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “OVERALL” in the function list to the left of the display. “FngrngMd” should appear on the top line of the display (if a different OVERALL function is selected, press the cursor [] or [] button as many times as necessary until “FngrngMd” appears). Then use the [–/NO]and [+/YES] buttons and the data dial to select the desired fingering mode (the mode abbreviation appears to the left of “FngrngMd” on the display).

STYLE

NOR FngrngMd

VOICE

FUNCTION

SONG

CURSOR

REGIST MEMORY

MULTI PAD

DUAL VOICE

SPLIT VOICE

HARM/ECHO

OVERALL

DIGITAL EFFECT

The Normal (“nor”), Bass (“bAS”) and Full (“Full”) fingering modes function as follows:

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NORMAL

This is the default FINGERED accompaniment mode. The NORMAL mode lets you finger your own chords on the left-hand section of the keyboard (i.e. all keys to the left of and including the split-point key — normally 54) while the PSR-620 supplies appropriately orchestrated rhythm, bass, and chord accompaniment in the selected style.

The FINGERED mode will accept the chord types listed below (notes in parentheses may be omitted).

Example for “C” chords

C

C6

CM7

CM7#11

CMadd9

CM9

C 6 9

Caug

Cm

Cm6

Cm7

)

)

)

)

)

)

)

(

(

(

(

(

(

(

Cm7 B5

Cm add9

Cm9

Cm11

CmM7

CmM9

Cdim

Cdim7

C 7

C7sus4

C 7 B5

)

)

)

)

)

(

(

(

(

(

C 7 9

C 7 #11

C 7 13

C 7 B9

C 7 B13

C 7 #9

CM7 aug

C7 aug

Csus4

C 1+2+5

)

)

)

)

)

)

)

(

(

(

(

(

(

(

Chord Name/[Abbreviation]

Normal Voicing

Chord (C)

Display

Major [M]

1-3-5

C

C

Major sixth [6]

1-(3)-5-6

C6

C6

Major seventh [M7]

1-3-(5)-7

CM7

CM7

Major seventh sharp eleventh [M7#11]

1-(2)-3-#4-(5)-7

CM7#11

CM7(#11)

Major add ninth [Madd9]

1-2-3-5

CMadd9

CM(9)

Major ninth [M9]

1-2-3-(5)-7

CM9

CM7(9)

Major sixth add ninth [6 9]

1-2-3-(5)-6

C6 9

C6(9)

Augmented [aug]

1-3-#5

Caug

Caug

Minor [m]

1-B3-5

Cm

Cm

Minor sixth [m6]

1-B3-5-6

Cm6

Cm6

Minor seventh [m7]

1-B3-(5)-B7

Cm7

Cm7

Minor seventh flatted fifth [m7B5]

1-B3-B5-B7

Cm7B5

Cm7B5

Minor add ninth [madd9]

1-2-B3-5

Cmadd9

Cm(9)

Minor ninth [m9]

1-2-B3-(5)-B7

Cm9

Cm7(9)

Minor eleventh [m11]

1-(2)-B3-4-5-(B7)

Cm11

Cm7(11)

Minor major seventh [mM7]

1-B3-(5)-7

CmM7

CmM7

Minor major ninth [mM9]

1-2-B3-(5)-7

CmM9

CmM7(9)

Diminished [dim]

1-B3-B5

Cdim

Cdim

Diminished seventh [dim7]

1-B3-B5-6

Cdim7

Cdim7

Seventh [7]

1-3-(5)-B7

C7

C7

Seventh suspended fourth [7sus4]

1-4-5-B7

C7sus4

C7sus4

Seventh flatted fifth [7B5]

1-3-B5-B7

C7B5

C7B5

Seventh ninth [7 9]

1-2-3-(5)-B7

C7 9

C7(9)

Seventh sharp eleventh [7#11]

1-2-3-#4-(5)-B7 or

C7#11

C7(#11)

1-(2)-3-#4-5-B7

Seventh thirteenth [7 13]

1-3-(5)-6-B7 or

C7 13

C7(13)

2-3-5-6-B7

Seventh flatted ninth [7B9]

1-B2-3-(5)-B7

C7B9

C7(B9)

Seventh flatted thirteenth [7B13]

1-3-5-B6-B7

C7B13

C7(B13)

Seventh sharp ninth [7#9]

(1)-#2-3-(5)-B7

C7#9

C7(#9)

Major seventh augmented [M7aug]

1-3-#5-7

CM7aug

CM7aug

Seventh augmented [7aug]

(1)-3-#5-B7

C7aug

C7aug

Suspended fourth [sus4]

1-4-5

Csus4

Csus4

One plus two plus five [1+2+5]

1-2-5

C1+2+5

C

If you play any three adjacent keys (including black keys), the chord sound will be cancelled and only the rhythm instruments will continue playing (CHORD CANCEL function).

An octave (1+8) produces accompaniment based only on the root.

A perfect fifth (1+5) produces accompaniment based only on the root and fifth which can be used with many major and minor chords.

The chord fingerings listed are all in “root” position, but other inversions can be used — with the following exceptions:

*6 chords are only recognized in root position. All other inversions are interpreted as m7.

*6 9 chords are only recognized in root position. All other inversions are interpreted as m11.

*m6 chords are only recognized in root position. All other inversions are interpreted as m7B5.

*1+2+5 chords are only recognized in root position. All other inversions are interpreted as sus4.

*With aug and dim7 chords the lowest note played is assumed to be the root.

*With 7#11 and 7B5 chords the lowest note played is assumed to be the root or B7.

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Руководства для Yamaha PSR620

  • Руководство пользователя (User manual)
  • Руководство по сервисному обслуживанию (Service manual)
  • Руководство по ремонту (Repair manual)
  • Перечень комплектующих (PartList)
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    IMPOR T ANT NO TICE: DO NO T MODIFY THIS UNIT! This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly ap- proved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product. IMPORT ANT : When connecting this product to accessories and/or another produ[…]

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    1 Congratulations! Y ou are the proud owner of a fine electronic k eyboard. The Y amaha PSR-620 P or taT one combines the most adv anced A WM tone generation technology with state-of-the-ar t digital electronics and features to give you stunning sound quality with maximum musical enjoyment. A new large graphic display and easy-to-use interface also[…]

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    2 Contents Taking Care of Your PortaTone …………………………………………. 3 Panel Controls 4 The Music Stand ………………………………………………………………. 5 Setting Up 6 Power Supply …………………………………………………………………… 6 ■ Using An Optional AC Power Adaptor ..[…]

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    3 YAMAHA is not responsible for damage caused by improper handling or operation. T aking Care of Y our PortaT one Y our P or taT one will give y ou years of pla ying pleasure if you f ollow the simple rules given belo w: ■ Location Do not expose the instrument to the following con- ditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious dama[…]

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    4 Panel Controls 1 PO WER Switch ……………………………………… page 8 2 MASTER V OLUME Control ……………………… page 8 3 DEMO Button ………………………………………… page 9 4 DIGIT AL EFFECT Section • REVERB Button ………………………………… page 24 • CHOR US Button …………………..[…]

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    5 Panel Controls The PSR-620 is supplied with a music stand that can be attached to the instrument by inserting it into the slot at the rear of the control panel. w PITCH BEND Wheel …………………………….. page 23 e PH O N E S Ja ck ……………………………………….. page 7 r Disk Drive ……………………………….[…]

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    6 Power Supply Y our PSR-620 will run either from batteries or an optional power adaptor . Follow the instructions below according to the power source you intend to use. • Never interrupt the power supply (e.g. remove the batter- ies or unplug the AC adaptor) during any PSR-620 record operation! Doing so can result in a loss of data. ■ Using Ba[…]

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    7 Connections ■ The PHONES Jack ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Setting Up ■ SUST AIN Jack ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… • Be […]

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    8 MIN MAX MASTER VOLUME The Demonstration Once y ou ’ ve set up y our PSR-620, try listening to the pre-programmed demonstration songs — the y ’ ll give you a good idea of what the PSR-620 can do! A total of 25 demo songs are provided — songs 01 through 17 ha ve been created to demonstrate se ver al of the instr ument ’ s v oices, while s[…]

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    9 SSax 8 01 DEMO 3 Press the [DEMO] Button …………………………………………………………………………………………….. Press the [DEMO] button to start demo playback. The PSR-620 SONG function will automatically be selected and the number and name of the first demo song will appear on the top line of the display and […]

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    10 CURSOR FUNCTION ACCOMP TRACK SONG TRACK GrandPno TEMPO TRANSPOSE MEASURE REPE A MIN U REV E CHO R DSP RHYTHM BASS CHORD PAD PHRASE ACCOMP MELO DY 2 MELODY 1 11 1 ON / OFF VOICE VOL REGIST REC REC REC OT S 8 01 1 35 1 02 1 17 1 30 1 01 1 01 1 118 1 0 a 01 VOICE STYLE SONG REGIS T MEMORY MUL TI P AD DUAL VOICE SPLIT VOICE HARM / ECHO O VERALL DIGI[…]

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    11 MODE A T CHORD BEAT TOUCH U S ONE E RB DUAL R US HARMONY SUSTAIN m S NORMAL SPLIT SINGLE FINGERED LOAD SA VE DELETE FORMA T JOB SELECT EXECUTE QUIT DISK Song Track Parameters & Icons Like the accompaniment tr acks, each of the 3 song trac ks has ON/OFF , voice number (MELOD Y tracks), and v olume parameters that can be set as required (page […]

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    12 Playing the PSR-620 Selecting & Playing V oices The PSR-620 has 141 outstanding “pitched” voices (voice numbers 01 through 141) and 8 percussion kits (numbers 142 through 149) that you can select and play on the keyboard. 1 Select the NORMAL Mode ………………………………………………………………………………..[…]

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    13 Playing the PSR-620 3 Select a V oice ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. The PSR-620 has 149 voices that can be selected by using either the [–/ NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial. The voices are listed i[…]

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    14 Std.Kit 142 VOICE STYLE SONG Playing the PSR-620 ■ K e yboard P er cussion When one of the eight PERCUSSION KIT voices are selected — voice numbers 142 through 149 — you can play drums and percussion instru- ments on the keyboard. The drums and percussion instruments played by the various keys are marked by symbols below the keys. • The […]

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    15 Playing the PSR-620 The Split Mode The SPLIT mode lets you play dif ferent voices with the left and right hands. Y ou could, for example, play bass with the left hand while playing piano with the right. The right-hand voice is the keyboard voice you select in the normal way (page 12), and the left hand voice is selected via the SPLIT VOICE func-[…]

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    16 Playing the PSR-620 Function Description Split Voice The split voice can be changed as required while the number and name of the current split voice appear on the top line of the display. S.Volume Sets the volume of the split voice so you can create the opti- mum blend with the right-hand voice. The volume range is from “ 00 ” (no sound) to […]

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    17 Playing the PSR-620 T ouch Response This function turns the touch response of the keyboard ON or OFF . Use the KEYBOARD [T OUCH RESPONSE] button to turn T OUCH RESPONSE ON or OFF as required. The touch-response icon will appear next to “T OUCH” in the display when T OUCH RESPONSE is turned ON. The actual touch re- sponse sensitivity of the k[…]

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    18 Changing the Dual V oice & Related Parameters 1 Select the DU AL V OICE Function ……………………………………………………………………. Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DUAL VOICE” in the function list to the left[…]

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    19 Playing the PSR-620 Function Description Dual Voice The dual voice can be changed as required while the number and name of the current dual voice appear on the top line of the display. The PSR-620 has 143 dual voices (voice numbers 01 … 141 and 150 … 151). Voice numbers 150 … 151 exclu- sively can be used as the dual voice. D.Volume Sets t[…]

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    20 Playing the PSR-620 Harmony/Echo The harmony effects (01…10) automatically add appropriate harmony notes to the melody line you play on the keyboard. The harmony is derived from the chords you play on the left hand parts. The echo effects (1 1…22) add delay-based effects to the right hand melody parts. Press the [HARMONY/ECHO] button to turn[…]

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    21 Playing the PSR-620 2 Select a Harmony/Ec ho T ype ………………………………………………………………………………… Use the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to select one of the available harmony/echo types (listed below). ● The Harmony(01…10) & Echo(11…22) Types Type Descri[…]

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    22 Playing the PSR-620 Sustain When the Sustain feature is ON (the sustain icon will appear next to “SUS- T AIN” in the display), all notes played on the keyboard have a longer sustain. Press the [SUST AIN] button to turn the SUST AIN effect ON or OFF . • Sustain does not apply to some voices. KEYBOARD TOUCH RESPONSE DUAL VOICE HARMONY/ECHO S[…]

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    23 Playing the PSR-620 T ransposition This functions allow the overall pitch of the PSR-620 to be transposed up or down by a maximum of one octave in semitone increments. 1 Mo ve the Cursor to the T ranspose V alue …………………………………………… Use the CURSOR buttons to select the number to the right of the key- board icon lab[…]

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    24 Digital Effects 1 Select the Re verb T ype Function …………………………………………………………. Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGIT AL EFFECT” in the function list to the left of the display , and use the cursor [ ?[…]

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    25 2 Select the Re verb T ype ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. Use the cursor [ > ] button to enter the Reverb T ype function and then select one of the 13 reverb types using the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial. The name of the se[…]

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    26 Digital Effects Changing the Chorus Effect 1 Select the Chorus T ype Function ……………………………………………………………………. Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DIGIT AL EFFECT” in the function list to the left o[…]

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    27 Digital Effects 3 Exit ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Press the [VOICE] button or select a dif ferent function to exit from the DIGIT AL EFFECT function. 1 Select the Chorus Return Level Funct[…]

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    28 Digital Effects Changing the DSP Effect Selecting the DSP Effect T ype The DSP Types 01~04 Hall 1~4 05~08 Room 1~4 09, 10 Stage 1, 2 11, 12 Plate 1, 2 13, 14 Early Reflection 1, 2 15 Gate Reverb 16 Reverse Gate 17~21 Chorus 1~5 22~25 Flanger 1~4 26 Symphonic 27 Phaser 28~32 Rotary Speaker 1~5 33, 34 Tremolo 1, 2 35 Guitar Tremolo 36 Auto Pan 37 […]

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    29 Digital Effects 3 Exit ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Press the [VOICE] button or select a dif ferent function to exit from the DIGIT AL EFFECT function. 2 Set the DSP Return Level ………..[…]

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    30 Using Auto Accompaniment The PSR-620 has 100 diff erent accompaniment “ styles ” that can be used to provide fully-orchestrated accompaniment. The PSR-620 ’ s sophisti- cated A uto Accompaniment system can provide automated bass and chord bac king that is perfectly matched to the selected accompaniment style. • The maximum number of note[…]

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    31 Using Auto Accompaniment ● SINGLE FINGER ACCOMPANIMENT Single-finger accompaniment makes it simple to produce beautifully orchestrated accompaniment using major , seventh, minor and minor- seventh chords by pressing a minimum number of keys on the left-hand section of the keyboard. The abbreviated chord fingerings described be- low are used: C[…]

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    32 Using Auto Accompaniment ● NORMAL This is the default FINGERED accompaniment mode. The NORMAL mode lets you finger your own chords on the left-hand section of the keyboard (i.e. all keys to the left of and including the split-point key — normally 54) while the PSR-620 supplies appropriately orchestrated rhythm, bass, and chord accompaniment […]

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    33 Using Auto Accompaniment ● BASS This is essentially the same as the NORMAL mode, above, except that the lowest note played in the auto accompaniment section of the key- board will be played by the bass part rather than the chord root. ● FULL In this mode the PSR-620 automatically differentiates between left-hand chords and right-hand melody […]

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    34 TEMPO 118 TEMPO RESET Using Auto Accompaniment 5 Set the T empo ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… When you select a different style while the accompaniment is not play- ing, the “default” tempo for that style is also selected, an[…]

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    35 Using Auto Accompaniment 6 Star t the Accompaniment …………………………………………………………………………………………… There are several ways to start the accompaniment: ● Straight start: Press the [ST AR T/STOP] button. The rhythm will begin playing imme- diately without bass and chord accompaniment. The[…]

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    36 Using Auto Accompaniment • If you press and hold the [SYNC- START/STOP] button the “ InitSnd? ” function will be se- lected — see page 85. Pressing the [SYNC-ST AR T/STOP] button alone causes a straight start to occur when the first note or chord is played. Press the [SYNC- ST ART/ST OP] button and then the appropriate [INTRO] and [MAIN][…]

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    37 Using Auto Accompaniment 8 Select the MAIN A and B Sections as Required ………………………. The MAIN A and MAIN B sections can be selected at any time during playback by pressing the corresponding button. Whenever you press the MAIN [A] or [B] button during playback, the PSR-620 will generate an appropriate “fill-in” (one of four ty[…]

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    38 Using Auto Accompaniment Accompaniment T rack Control The PSR-620 has eight accompaniment tracks — RHYTHM 1/2, BASS, CHORD 1/2, P AD, and PHRASE 1/2 — that you can control to modify the “orchestration” and therefore the overall sound of the accompaniment. When the power switch is turned ON or an accompaniment style is selected, RHYTHM 1,[…]

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    39 Using Auto Accompaniment ■ Large/Small Accompaniment ………………………………………………………………………………… The simplest form of accompaniment track control is provided by the [ACCOMP LARGE/SMALL] button. This button alternately turns the appropriate track (s) ON and OFF , thereby changing the number of p[…]

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    40 Using Auto Accompaniment ■ Changing Accompaniment T rack V oices ……………………………………………… Y ou can change the voice used for each track by moving the cursor but- tons to select the voice number of the target track (the voice number will flash), and then using the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or[…]

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    41 Using Auto Accompaniment Changing the Accompaniment Split Point 1 Select the Accompaniment Split P oint Function ……………………. Press the [FUNCTION] button to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “OVER- ALL” in the function list to the left of the display . Then use […]

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    42 Using Auto Accompaniment One T ouch Setting One T ouch Setting lets you instantly select the appropriate panel settings suitable for the current style. Each style (100 styles) contains four variations. This means that you can freely use 400 different panel settings. The One T ouch Setting feature automatically sets the following parameters: 1 T […]

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    43 Registration Memory The PSR-620 Registration Memor y f eature can be used to memor ize 128 complete control-panel setups (32 banks, 4 setups each) that y ou can recall whene ver needed. Registering the Panel Settings 1 Set Up the Contr ols as Required …………………………………………………………………….. Make the desir[…]

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    44 Registration Memory 3 Register the Settings ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. While holding the [MEMORIZE] button, press one of the REGISTRA- TION MEMOR Y buttons. Any data that was previously in the selected loca- tion is erased and replaced by the new sett[…]

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    45 Registration Memory Recall the Registered Panel Settings • Cartridge and disk registration settings can be recalled as de- scribed on pages 63 and 68. • If the Accomp Freeze function is ON when a REGISTRATION MEMORY is recalled, the regis- tration number will flash. • Registration bank 01 can be instantly recalled by simultane- ously press[…]

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    46 Song Recording The PSR-620 SONG TRACKS allo ws you to record and pla y back a complete song including chord sequences created using the A uto Ac- companiment f eature and a melody line you pla y on the ke yboard. The SONG TRACKS include one A CCOMP track and tw o MELOD Y trac ks. Song number 26 is a vailab le for recording y our own songs (the ?[…]

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    47 FUNCTION UserSong 8 26 VOICE STYLE SONG REGIS T MEMORY MUL TI P AD DUAL VOICE SPLIT VOICE HARM / ECHO O VERALL DIGIT AL EFFECT Song Recording 1 Select the User Song Number ……………………………………………………………………………… If necessary , use the [FUNCTION] buttons to select the SONG function, and then the […]

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    48 Song Recording 4 Recor d ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Recording will begin as soon as you play a note on the keyboard or press the SONG [PLA Y/STOP] button, and the BEA T indicator dots will begin to in[…]

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    49 Song Recording The SONG ACCOMP track records the following operations and data: Recording Accompaniment W ith or W ithout a Melody • Section changes • Style number* • Accompaniment track changes* (track ON/OFF, voice number, volume) • Accompaniment volume* • Chord changes, timing • Reverb type • Chorus type * Recorded only at the b[…]

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    50 Song Recording 3 Engage the A CCOMP/MELOD Y T rac k Record Read y Mode …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Press the SONG [REC] button. The [REC] indicator will flash, and “REC” will appear in the ACCOMP and MELODY 1 track positions on the display indic[…]

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    51 Song Recording Play the required chords in the Auto Accompaniment section of the key- board. If you’ve also selected the MELODY track to be recorded, play the melody on the right-hand section of the keyboard. The MEASURE number on the display will increment as recording progresses. MEASURE a 02 Character List ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefg[…]

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    52 Song Recording Accompaniment and Melody Playback 1 Select the User Song Number ……………………………………………………………………………… If necessary , use the FUNCTION buttons to select the SONG function, and then the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to select SONG number “26?[…]

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    53 Song Recording Play fr om a Specified Measur e Y ou can start SONG playback from any specified measure, as long as the specified measure is within the range of measures that has already been re- corded: 1 Select the MEASURE P arameter ………………………………………………………………………. While no recording or playbac[…]

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    54 Song Recording ■ V oice & V olume Rewrite Y ou can rewrite the last recorded voice change in any individual track during playback by using the cursor buttons to select the voice number of the tar get track (the voice number will flash), and then using the number buttons, the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons or the data dial to select the de- s[…]

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    55 The Multi Pads The PSR-620 MUL TI P ADS can be used to play 84 shor t pre-recorded rhythmic and melodic sequences , that can be used to add impact and v ar iety to your k eyboard perf ormances. Some of the pad phrases simply pla y back as prog rammed, while others are “ chord match ” types which are automatically transposed to match chords p[…]

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    56 The Multi Pads 2 Select a Multi P ad Kit Number …………………………………………………………………………….. Use the [–/NO] and [+/YES] buttons, the number buttons or the data dial to select one of the 21 available multi pad kits. 3 Play the Multi P ad ………………………………………………………[…]

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    57 The Multi Pads The MUL TI P ADS record the following data: Recording the MUL TI P ADS • Note ON/OFF • Velocity • Voice number • Octave • Pan • Dual voice ON/OFF, Dual voice (voice number, volume, octave, reverb level, chorus level, pan) • Keyboard volume* • Reverb Level • Chorus Level • Harmony/Echo ON/OFF, type • Reverb ON[…]

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    58 The Multi Pads 3 Select a V oice and Other Parameter s ……………………………………………………….. Select a voice and related parameters you want to record on the MUL TI P ADS. Y ou might also want to set a tempo that will be easy to record at. If you select a pitched voice to record, the data will automatically be transpos[…]

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    59 The Multi Pads 7 Play the Multi P ads ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… T ap any of the MUL TI P ADS. Y our recorded data will be played in ex- actly the same way as the preset data. ● Enter a New Name for the Multi Pad Kit If you want to enter a de[…]

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    60 Using Music Cartridges The PSR-620 f eatures a car tridge slot which accepts pre-programmed Y amaha Music Car tr idges containing style, song and/or registration data. One sample Music Car tr idge is supplied with the PSR-620. Others are a v ailable from y our Y amaha dealer . ACCOMP TRACK SONG TRACK YESTERDY TEMPO TRANSPOSE MEASURE REPEAT CHORD[…]

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    61 Using Music Cartridges Cartridge Accompaniment Styles The Music Cartridge supplied with the PSR-620 provides an extra 8 accompaniment styles that can be used in the same way as the internal accompaniment styles. 1 Select the Style Function ……………………………………………………………………………………………..[…]

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    62 Using Music Cartridges Cartridge Songs 1 Select the SONG Function …………………………………………………………………………………………. Use the FUNCTION [ ▲ ] and [ ▼ ] buttons to select the SONG function. 2 Select a Cartridge Song Number …………………………………………………………….[…]

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    63 Using Music Cartridges Cartridge Registration Presets The Music Cartridge supplied with the PSR-620 provides 8 banks of preset registration settings (8 banks x 4 registration memories = 32 total) that provide a number of useful registration setups (refer to page 43 for details on the registration memory). 1 Select the Regist Memory Function ….[…]

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    64 Using Floppy Disks The PSR-620 f eatures a floppy disk driv e that allo ws vir tually unlimited storage of User Songs , User Pad kits (that y ou have recorded y ourself), User Styles (loaded from Style File F or mat Style Disks) and Registration Memor y data. PSR-620 disk data can be selected in the same wa y as the inter nal data via the approp[…]

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    65 Using Floppy Disks Formatting a New Floppy Disk 1 Insert the Disk to Be Formatted ………………………………………………………………………… Make sure that the disk’ s write protect tab is set to the “write” position (tab closed), and insert the new disk into the disk drive unit with the sliding shutter facing the[…]

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    66 Saving, Loading, & Deleting Disk Files Saving to Disk Using Floppy Disks Type File Extension Data Saved Song .SGD User song data Style .STY User style data Multi Pad .MPD User multi pad data : pads [1] through [4] Registration .SRD The currently selected registration bank data: Memory registration memory settings [1] through [4] .RAL All reg[…]

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    67 Using Floppy Disks • No disk job can be selected even if you press the [JOB SELECT] button if no disk is inserted in the PSR-620 disk drive. • If the user style number “ 101 ” contains no data, “ ******** ” will appear to the right of the data number in the display. • When one of the disk jobs is selected by pressing the [JOB SELEC[…]

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    68 5 Press the [EXECUTE] Button …………………………………………………………………….. Press the [EXECUTE] button. The “SELECT DESTINA TION” indicator appears above the beat indicator in the display . Using Floppy Disks Yamaha 8 01 VOICE STYLE SONG REGIS T MEMORY MUL TI P AD DUAL VOICE SPLIT VOICE HARM / ECHO O VERALL […]

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    69 JOB SELECT EXECUTE QUIT DISK Loading 803 VOICE STYLE SONG REGIS T MEMORY MUL TI P AD Using Floppy Disks • If the selected song can be played via Quick Play fea- ture, the LOAD job will not automatically be selected and the [EXECUTE] indica- tor will not flash. • Selecting a file on the disk may not be possible, imme- diately after the floppy[…]

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    70 Using Floppy Disks Some song and registration files have “referred” file(s). If, for example, a loaded song file was recorded with a user style, the song file will not play correctly if the user style file has not also been loaded. Also, if a registration setup includes a user style and/or user pad data, the user style and/or user pad file m[…]

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    71 Using Floppy Disks ■ User Style or User P ad Files Referred to by a Registration File ………………………………………… → When recalling a registration setup with referred user style and/or user pad file(s), the [EXECUTE] indicator will flash and “Ref Load?” will appear on the display if the inserted disk includes the user[…]

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    72 Deleting a Disk File 1 Select the DELETE Job …………………………………………………………………………………………………… Press the [JOB SELECT] button to the right of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “DE- LETE” in the disk job list to the right of[…]

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    73 Quick Play: Disk Or chestra Collection & Standard MIDI File Disks Using Floppy Disks / REC PLA Y/STOP REPEA T PLA Y MINUS ONE SONG • During Quick Play you can adjust the tempo of playback. (see page 34) • In the case of Disk Orchestra Collection or Disklavier PianoSoft disks, the minus-one left and right hand parts will be set auto- mati[…]

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    74 Practice Features The PSR-620 includes two f eatures that can be a great aid in lear ning to pla y and practicing on the ke yboard. ■ Specifying the P ar t (s) to Be T urned On or Off ………………………….. T o specify the right-hand, left-hand, or both parts to be turned OFF when the Minus One mode is engaged, first select the OVERA[…]

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    75 Practice Features FUNCTION MinusMod __r VOICE STYLE SONG REGIS T MEMORY MUL TI P AD DUAL VOICE SPLIT VOICE HARM / ECHO O VERALL DIGIT AL EFFECT CURSOR – /NO + / YES 0 789 Mode Part Turned Off __r Right hand. L__ Left hand. L_r Left and right hands. It is also possible to specify the repeat section while playback is stopped. First use the MEASU[…]

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    76 Some of the functions in the O VERALL function gro up ha ve already been described in appropriate sections of this manual. Others will be intro- duced for the first time in this section. Refer to the chart below for the page numbers on which each function is described. The char t also lists the full name of each function, the abbreviated name wh[…]

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    77 Octave 10 0 T o access an OVERALL function press either of the [FUNCTION] buttons to the left of the display as many times as necessary until the arrowhead in the display appears next to “OVERALL” in the function list to the left of the display . Then use the cursor [ ▲ ] and [ ▼ ] buttons to select the desired function from within the O[…]

  • Page 80: Yamaha PSR-620

    78 Overall Functions ■ Reverb Level ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Sets the reverb send level for the voice selected via the VOICE function. The reverb send level determines the amount of signal sent to the reverb ef fect. The […]

  • Page 81: Yamaha PSR-620

    79 Overall Functions ■ V oice Set ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… The VOICE SET feature brings out the best in each individual voice by automatically setting a range of important voice-related parameters when- ever[…]

  • Page 82: Yamaha PSR-620

    80 ■ Minus-one Right/Left-hand Channel ………………………………………………………….. Y ou can practice the specified part (in the Minus One mode) by selecting the internal demo, cartridge or disk song you want to practice and by assign- ing the appropriate channel to the desired part. Any channel —1 through 16 — can be […]

  • Page 83: Yamaha PSR-620

    81 MIDI Functions MIDI, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface, is a world-standard communication interface that allows MIDI-compatible musical instruments and equipment to share musical information and control one another . This makes it possible to create “systems” of MIDI instruments and equipment that of fer far greater versatil- ity and […]

  • Page 84: Yamaha PSR-620

    82 The PSR-620 is capable of receiving the same MIDI data, so a second MIDI keyboard connected to the PSR-620 MIDI IN connector can be used to remotely play the PSR-620 and select voices as required. Overall Functions ● MIDI Sequence Recording Although the PSR-620 features a built-in “sequencer” (the SONG re- corder is a type of sequencer), t[…]

  • Page 85: Yamaha PSR-620

    83 Overall Functions ■ Remote Channel ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Sets the MIDI channel on which data from a remote keyboard will be received. Any of the standard MIDI channels — 1 through 16 — can be specified. The remote keyboard m[…]

  • Page 86: Yamaha PSR-620

    84 ■ Local Contr ol …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… “Local Control” refers to the fact that, normally , the PSR-620 keyboard controls the internal tone generator , allowing the internal voices to be played directly from the k[…]

  • Page 87: Yamaha PSR-620

    85 Overall Functions ExtClock oFF InitSnd? YES ■ Initial Data Send …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. T ransmits all current panel settings to a MIDI data storage device before actually recording your performance. W ith the “InitSnd?” func[…]

  • Page 88: Yamaha PSR-620

    86 Appendix: PSR-620 Function T ree V OICE GrandPno Selecting Voices …………………………………………………………….. page 12 (Voice Name) STYLE 8BeatPop Selecting Accompaniment Styles ……………………………………… page 33 (Style Name) SONG SSax Selecting Songs ………………………………………….[…]

  • Page 89: Yamaha PSR-620

    87 Appendix: PSR-620 Function T ree Kybd Vol Changing Keyboard volume …………………………………………………………. page 77 Octave Changing Octave (VOICE function voice and dual voice) …………………. page 77 RevLevel Changing Reverb Send Level (VOICE function voice) ……………………… page 78 ChoLevel Changing[…]

  • Page 90: Yamaha PSR-620

    88 Appendix: About Digital Effect Sound Module CHORUS (System) DSP (System) DSP (Insertion) Reverb Send Level Reverb Send Level Dual Normal Dry Reverb Send Level Split Reverb Return Level DSP Return Level Chorus Return Level DSP Send Level Chorus Send Level Chorus Send Level Chorus Send Level REVERB (System) ■ Digital Effect Configuration The PSR[…]

  • Page 91: Yamaha PSR-620

    89 Appendix: About Digital Effect No. Effect Type Features REVERB 01~04 Hall1~4 System Concert hall reverb. 05~08 Room1~4 System Small room reverb. 09, 10 Stage1, 2 System Reverb for solo instruments. 11, 12 Plate1, 2 System Simulated steel plate reverb. 13 OFF — No effect. CHORUS 01~05 Chorus1~5 System Conventional chorus program with rich, warm[…]

  • Page 92: Yamaha PSR-620

    90 Appendix: T r oubleshooting POSSIBLE CA USE/SOLUTION PROBLEM The speakers produce a “ pop ” sound whenever the power is turned ON or OFF . This is normal and is no cause for alarm. T urn the power OFF and tur n the power ON again. The default setting “ Local ON ” is automatically selected. Y ou are probably e xceeding the maximum polypho[…]

  • Page 93: Yamaha PSR-620

    91 Appendix: T roub leshooting / Data Backup & Initialization POSSIBLE CA USE/SOLUTION PROBLEM A CCOMP FREEZE function is tur ned ON. The reverb and chorus types are memoried as accompaniment parameter . Press the [ACCOMP FREEZE] b utton to turn OFF it. The rev erb and chorus types can not be changed by changing the registra- tion memory number[…]

  • Page 94: Yamaha PSR-620

    92 V oice List The PSR-620 is provided with the Panel V oices (voice numbers 01~151) and GM V oices (voice numbers 01~136). GM V oices are used for the ac- companiment. Refer to the GM V oice List on page 95 for the accompani- ment track voice editing. Polyphony The PSR-620 can play up to 32 individual notes at the same time (i.e. it has a maximum […]

  • Page 95: Yamaha PSR-620

    93 Panel Voice List Bank Select MIDI Number Voice Program Voice Name of Notes Number MSB LSB Number Used Piano 01 0 0 0 Grand Piano 1 02 0 0 1 Bright Piano 1 03 0 0 2 Honky-tonk Piano 2 04 0 0 3 Funky Electric Piano 2 05 0 0 4 DX Electric Piano 2 06 0 0 5 Midi Grand Piano 2 07 0 0 6 Hyper Electric Piano 2 08 0 0 7 Dream Electric Piano 2 09 0 0 8 Be[…]

  • Page 96: Yamaha PSR-620

    94 Bank Select MIDI Number Voice Program Voice Name of Notes Number MSB LSB Number Used Brass 86 0 0 85 Trumpet 2 87 0 0 86 Flugel Horn 2 88 0 0 87 Muted Trumpet 2 89 0 0 88 Trombone 2 90 0 0 89 Trombone Section 2 91 0 0 90 French Horn 1 92 0 0 91 Tuba 1 93 0 0 92 Brass Section 2 94 0 0 93 Brass+Sax 2 95 0 0 94 Brass+Trombone 2 96 0 0 95 Brass+Trum[…]

  • Page 97: Yamaha PSR-620

    95 GM Voice List MIDI Number Voice Program Voice Name of Notes Number Number Used Piano 01 0 Acoustic Grand Piano 1 02 1 Bright Acoustic Piano 1 03 2 Electric Grand Piano 2 04 3 Honky-tonk Piano 2 05 4 Electric Piano 1 2 06 5 Electric Piano 2 2 07 6 Harpsichord 1 08 7 Clavi 1 Chromatic Percussion 09 8 Celesta 1 10 9 Glockenspiel 1 11 10 Music Box 2[…]

  • Page 98: Yamaha PSR-620

    96 P er cussion Kit List Note# Note 142: Standard Kit (0) 143: Room Kit (8) 144: Rock Kit (16) 145: Electronic Kit (24) 25 C # 0 Surdo Mute < —— < —— < —— 26 D0 Surdo Open < —— < —— < —— 27 D # 0 Hi Q < —— < —— < —— 28 E0 Whip Slap < —— < —— < —— 29 F0 Scratch H <[…]

  • Page 99: Yamaha PSR-620

    97 Note# Note 146: Analog Kit (25) 147: Jazz Kit (32) 148: Brush Kit (40) 149: Classic Kit (48) 25 C # 0< —— < —— < —— < —— 26 D0 < —— < —— < —— < —— 27 D # 0< —— < —— < —— < —— 28 E0 < —— < —— < —— < —— 29 F0 < —— < —— <[…]

  • Page 100: Yamaha PSR-620

    98 MIDI Implementation Char t [Portable Keyboard] Date: 1995. 5. 18 Model: PSR-620 MIDI Implementation Char t Version: 1.00 Function Transmitted Recognized Remarks Basic Default 1~16 CH 1~16 CH (*1) Channel Changed 1~16 CH 1~16 CH (*1) Default Mode 3 (*1) Mode Messages XX Altered ***************** X Note 0~127 0~127 Number : True voice ************[…]

  • Page 101: Yamaha PSR-620

    99 *1 PSR-620 ordinarily functions as 16 MIDI channel multi-timbral tone generator controlled by MIDI reception data. Panel voices and the other panel settings are not affected by the MIDI message, except- ing the followings: MIDI Master Tuning System Exclusive Message for controlling Reverb, Chorus and Dsp The Remote Channel can be designated by t[…]

  • Page 102: Yamaha PSR-620

    100 *10 Exclusive The following system exclusive parameters are supported. <GM system ON> F0H, 7EH, 7FH, 09H, 01H, F7H All parameters except MIDI master Tuning and Dsp setting are reset to their default values. Remote Channel setting is canceled. This message requires approximately 50ms to execute, so sufficient time should be allowed before […]

  • Page 103: Yamaha PSR-620

    101 <Table-1> Parameter Change SYSTEM Address Size Data Parameter Description Default (H) (H) (H) value(H) 00 00 00 4 0000 — 07FF MASTER TUNE -102.4 — +102.3[cent] 00 04 00 00 01 1st bit3-0 m bit15-12 02 2nd bit3-0 m bit11-8 03 3rd bit3-0 m bit7-4 4th bit3-0 m bit3-0 04 1 00 — 7F MASTER VOLUME 0 — 127 7F 06 1 28 — 58 TRANSPOSE -24 — +24[semit[…]

  • Page 104: Yamaha PSR-620

    102 Address Size Data Parameter Description Default (H) (H) (H) value(H) 4A 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 5 MSB Refer to Table-3 Depends on variation type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 5 LSB Refer to Table-3 Depends on variation type 4C 2 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 5 MSB Refer to Table-3 Depends on variation type 00-7F VARIATION PARAMETER 6 LSB Refer to T[…]

  • Page 105: Yamaha PSR-620

    103 <Table-2> Effect map The following types in the boxes can be controlled by the PSR-620 settings. The numbers in the brackets are PSR-620 panel effect numbers. The blank indicates the content is the same as that of 00H. REVERB TYPE LSB 00H 01H 02H 08H 09H 0AH 0BH 0CH MSB 00H NO EFFECT 01H [1]HALL1 HALL5 [2]HALL2 [3]HALL3 [4]HALL4 02H ROOM5[…]

  • Page 106: Yamaha PSR-620

    104 <Table-3> Effect Parameter List Only the following parameter numbers are effective. Parameter values consists of 2-bytes. Enter 00H for MSB and appropriate value for LSB. * Parameter number 10 Dry/Wet is effective only when Variation connection is insertion. TYPE Type Parameter Parameter Value Description MSB(H) Number 01 HALL 1 Reverb Ti[…]

  • Page 107: Yamaha PSR-620

    105 TYPE Type Parameter Parameter Value Description MSB(H) Number 46 TREMOLO 1 LFO Frequency 0-127 0.00~39.7Hz 2 AM Depth 0-127 3 PM Depth 0-127 6 EQ Low Frequency 8-40 50Hz~2.0kHz 7 EQ Low Gain 52-76 -12~+12dB 8 EQ High Frequency 28-58 500Hz~16.0kHz 9 EQ High Gain 52-76 -12~+12dB 14 LFO Phase Difference 4-124 -180 ° ~+180 ° (resolution 3 ° ) 15[…]

  • Page 108: Yamaha PSR-620

    106 Specifications Keyboards: 61 standard-size keys (C1~C6) with touch response. Display: Large multi-function LCD display Setup: Power: ON/OFF Master Volume: MIN-MAX Control & Ten Keys: CURSOR ▲▼ < > , FUNCTION ▲▼ , MODE ▼ , [0]~[9], [+/YES], [ – /NO], Data dial Cartridge Slot Demo: Voice Demo:17 songs Style Demo:8 songs Mode[…]

  • Page 109: Yamaha PSR-620

    107 A AC power adaptor …………………………….. 6 Accomp large/small …………………………. 39 Accomp out (MIDI transmission) ……….. 84 Accompaniment split point ……………….. 41 Accompaniment track (song) ……………. 49 Accompaniment volume …………………… 79 Auto accompaniment ……………………[…]

  • Page 110: Yamaha PSR-620

    L imited W arr ant y 90 DA YS LABOR 1 YEAR P AR TS Yamaha Corporation of America, hereafter referred to as Yamaha, warrants to the original consumer of a product included in the categories listed below, that the product will be free of defects in materials and/or workmanship for the periods indicated. This warranty is applicable to all models inclu[…]

  • Page 111: Yamaha PSR-620

    M.D.G., EMI Division © 1995 Yamaha Corporation VT49640 507POCP3.3-01A0 Printed in Japan[…]

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