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PDF Content Summary: CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings MIDI Overview The term MIDI is an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, an international standard for connecting musical instruments, computers, and other devices to allow the exchange of performance data. ■ MIDI Terminals MIDI terminal Function MIDI IN Receiving note, program change, and other data. MIDI OUT Sending note, program change, and other data. ■ MIDI channels MIDI uses channels to exchange data back and forth between MIDI devices. There are receive (MIDI IN) and transmit (MIDI OUT) channels. Most musical instruments or devices with MIDI functions are equipped with both MIDI IN and OUT jacks and are capable of transmitting and receiving data via MIDI. The receive channels are used to receive data from another MIDI device, and the transmit channels are used to transmit data to another MIDI device. The illustration below shows three musical instruments, connected together using MIDI. Transmitting instrument a Receiving instrument b Receiving instrument c Transmitting instrument a sends transmit channel and keyboard information to receiving instruments b/c. The information arrives at the receiving instruments b/c. Receiving instruments b/c will respond to MIDI data that is sent if their receive channel is the same as the transmit channel of the transmitting instrument a. If the channels do not match, the receiving instruments b/c will not respond to any data that is sent. For both receiving and transmitting, channels 1-16 can be used. ■ Recording/playing with a sequencer When connected to a sequencer (or a computer running MIDI sequencing software), the CN39 digital piano can be used to record and playback multi-track songs, with separate sounds playing simultaneously on each channel. Sequencer 1 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings ■ MIDI Functions The CN39 digital piano supports the following MIDI functions:

Transmit/receive note information Transmit/receive note information to/from a MIDI-connected musical instrument or device. 2 Transmit/receive program change information Transmit/receive program change data to/from a MIDI- connected musical instrument or device. Transmit/receive channel settings Specify transmit/receive channels within the range of 1 to 16. Transmit/receive pedal data Transmit/receive sustain, sostenuto, and soft pedal data to/ from a MIDI-connected musical instrument or device. Transmit/receive exclusive data Transmit/receive front panel or menu function settings as exclusive data. Receive volume data Receive MIDI volume data sent from a MIDI-connected musical instrument or device. Multi-timbral mode setting Receive multiple channel MIDI data from a MIDI-connected musical instrument or device. * Please refer to the ‘MIDI Implementation Chart’ on page 19 for further information regarding the MIDI capabilities of the CN39 digital piano. ■ MIDI Settings

No. Setting Description Default setting 1 MIDI Channel Specify the channel that is used to transmit/receive MIDI information. 1 2 Send PGM Change # Send a MIDI program change number from 1 to 128. 1 3 Local Control Specify whether internal sounds will be heard when the keyboard is pressed. On 4 Trans. PGM Change Specify whether program change data is sent when sounds are changed. On 5 Multi-timbral Mode Specify whether the instrument can receive Multi-timbral MIDI information. Off 6 Channel Mute Specify which channels (1-16) are activated to receive MIDI information. Play All * Default settings will be shown in the first LCD display illustration (i.e. Step 1) for each setting explanation below.

■ Entering the MIDI Settings menu While the normal playing mode screen is shown in the LCD display: Press the FUNCTION button (MENU). The Function menus will be shown in the LCD display. Press the  or  buttons to select the MIDI Settings menu. Press the FUNCTION button (ENTER) again to enter the MIDI Settings menu. ■ Selecting and adjusting the desired setting After entering the MIDI Settings menu: Press the  or  buttons to move the selection cursor over the desired setting. Press the  or  buttons to adjust the selected setting. * To reset the current setting to the default value, press the  and 

buttons simultaneously. CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings 1 MIDI Channel The MIDI Channel setting allows the transmit/receive channel to be specified. The selected channel will function as both the transmit and receive channel (separate transmit/receive channels cannot be specified). 1. Selecting the MIDI Channel setting After entering the MIDI Settings menu (page 2): Press the  or  buttons to select the MIDI Channel setting. 2. Changing the MIDI Channel value Press the  or  buttons to increase or decrease the value of the MIDI Channel setting. * The MIDI Channel value can be adjusted within the range of 1~16. * To reset the MIDI Channel setting to the default value, press the  and  buttons simultaneously. * Any changes made to the MIDI Channel setting will remain until the power is turned off. * Preferred MIDI Channel settings can be stored to a Registration Memory for convenient recall, or to the Startup Setting memory for automatic selection when the instrument is turned on. Please refer to CN39 Owner’s Manual pages 35 and 79 for more information. 3. Exiting the MIDI Channel setting Press the FUNCTION button (BACK) to exit the MIDI Channel setting and return to the Function Menus screen. ■ Omni mode When the CN39 digital piano is turned on, the instrument is automatically set to ‘omni mode on’, allowing MIDI information to be received on all MIDI channels (1~16). When the MIDI Channel setting is used to specify a transmit/receive channel, the instrument will be set to ‘omni mode off’. ■ Multi-timbral mode and Split/Dual modes

Using Split mode with Multi-timbral mode enabled Notes played in the lower section of the keyboard will be transmitted on the channel that is 1 channel higher than the specified channel. For example, if the MIDI channel is set to 3, notes played in the lower section of the keyboard will be transmitted on channel 4. 3 Using Dual mode with Multi-timbral mode enabled Notes played will be transmitted on two channels: the specified channel and the channel that is 1 channel higher. For example, if the MIDI channel is set to 3, notes played on the keyboard will be transmitted on channels 3 and 4.

* If the specified MIDI channel is 16, the lower section / layered part will be transmitted on channel 1. CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings 2 Send Program Change Number The Send Program Change Number function is used to send a Program Change Number (1-128) to the connected MIDI device. 1. Selecting the Send Program Change Number function After entering the MIDI Settings menu (page 2): Press the  or  buttons to select the Send Program Change Number function. 2. Specifying and transmitting a Program Change Number Press the  or  buttons to decrease or increase the Program Change Number. * The program change number can be set within the range of 1~128. Press the FUNCTION button (SEND) to send the specified Program Change Number. 3. Exiting the Send Program Change Number function Press the FUNCTION button (BACK) to exit the Send Program Change Number function and return to the Function Menus screen. 4 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings 3 Local Control The Local Control setting determines whether the instrument will play an internal sound when the keys are pressed. This setting may be useful when using the CN39 digital piano to control an external MIDI device that is connected to the instrument’s amplifier/speakers. ■ Local Control setting Local Control Description Off The instrument will transmit information to an external MIDI device only. On (default) The instrument will play an internal sound and transmit information to an external MIDI device. 1. Selecting the Local Control setting After entering the MIDI Settings menu (page 2): Press the  or  buttons to select the Local Control setting. 2. Changing the Local Control setting Press the  or  buttons to turn the Local Control setting on or off. * To reset the Local Control setting to the default setting, press the  and  buttons simultaneously. * Any changes made to the Local Control setting will remain until the power is turned off. * Preferred Local Control settings can be stored to a Registration Memory for convenient recall, or to the Startup Setting memory for automatic selection when the instrument is turned on. Please refer to CN39 Owner’s Manual pages 35 and 79 for more information. 3. Exiting the Local Control setting Press the FUNCTION button (BACK) to exit the Local Control setting and return to the Function Menus screen. 5 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings 4 Transmit Program Change Numbers The Transmit Program Change Numbers setting determines whether the CN39 digital piano will transmit program change information via MIDI when the instrument’s panel buttons are pressed. ■ Transmit Program Change Numbers setting Transmit PGM# Multi-timbral setting Effect of pressing panel buttons On (default) Off, On1 SOUND buttons will send PGM# shown in the left column*. On On2 SOUND buttons will send PGM# shown in the right column*. Off Off Program Change information will not be transmitted via MIDI. * Please refer to the ‘Program Change Number List’ on page 9. 1. Selecting the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting After entering the MIDI Settings menu (page 2): Press the  or  buttons to select the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting. 2. Changing the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting Press the  or  buttons to turn the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting on or off. * To reset the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting to the default setting, press the  and  buttons simultaneously. * Any changes made to the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting will remain until the power is turned off. * Preferred Transmit Program Change Numbers settings can be stored to a Registration Memory for convenient recall, or to the Startup Setting memory for automatic selection when the instrument is turned on. Please refer to CN39 Owner’s Manual pages 35 and 79 for more information. 3. Exiting the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting Press the FUNCTION button (BACK) to exit the Transmit Program Change Numbers setting and return to the Function Menus screen. ■ Omni mode ▪ When using Dual or Split mode, On/Off information and ▪ Program change numbers will also be transmitted when sound type settings for are transmitted as exclusive data, Multi-timbral mode is set to On1 or On2. however program change numbers will not be transmitted. 6 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings 5 Multi-timbral Mode The Multi-timbral Mode setting determines whether or not the CN39 digital piano is able to receive MIDI information on more than one MIDI channel simultaneously. This allows the instrument to play back multi-track, multi-timbral performance data sent from an external MIDI device. ■ Multi-timbral Mode setting Multi-timbral Mode Selected sound Off (default) The sound shown in the left column is selected*. On1 The sound shown in the left column is selected*. On2 The sound shown in the right column is selected*.* Please refer to the ‘Program Change Number List’ on page 9. 1. Selecting the Multi-timbral Mode setting After entering the MIDI Settings menu (page 2): Press the  or  buttons to select the Multi-timbral Mode setting. 2. Changing the Multi-timbral Mode setting Press the  or  buttons to change turn the Multi-timbral Mode setting. * To reset the Multi-timbral Mode setting to the default setting, press the  and  buttons simultaneously. * Any changes made to the Multi-timbral Mode setting will remain until the power is turned off. * Preferred Multi-timbral Mode settings can be stored to a Registration Memory for convenient recall, or to the Startup Setting memory for automatic selection when the instrument is turned on. Please refer to CN39 Owner’s Manual pages 35 and 79 for more information. 3. Exiting the Multi-timbral Mode setting Press the FUNCTION button (BACK) to exit the Multi-timbral Mode setting and return to the Function Menus screen. 7 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Settings 6 Channel Mute The Channel Mute setting determines which MIDI channels (1-16) are activated to receive MIDI information when Multi-timbral mode is enabled. * This setting is only available when the Multi-timbral Mode setting is set to ‘On1’ or ‘On2’. 1. Selecting the Channel Mute setting After entering the MIDI Settings menu (page 2): Press the  or  buttons to select the Channel Mute setting. Press the FUNCTION button (EDIT). The Channel Mute selection screen will be shown in the LCD display. 2. Selecting and playing/muting channels Press the  or  buttons to select the desired MIDI channel. Press the  or  buttons to alternate between ‘Play’ and ‘Mute’ states. * To reset the Channel Mute setting to the default value, press the  and  buttons simultaneously. * Any changes made to the Channel Mute setting will remain until the power is turned off. * Preferred Channel Mute settings can be stored to a Registration Memory for convenient recall, or to the Startup Setting memory for automatic selection when the instrument is turned on. Please refer to CN39 Owner’s Manual pages 35 and 79 for more information. 3. Exiting the Channel Mute function Press the FUNCTION button (BACK) to exit the Channel Mute adjustment screen and return to the MIDI Settings menu. 8 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number PIANO1 SK ConcertGrand 0 1 121 0 1 EX ConcertGrand 0 2 95 27 1 SK-5 GrandPiano 0 3 95 30 1 Studio Grand 0 4 121 1 1 Studio Grand 2 0 5 95 28 1 Mellow Grand 0 6 121 2 1 Mellow Grand 2 0 7 95 29 1 PIANO2 Upright Piano 0 8 95 25 1 Standard Grand 0 9 95 16 1 Pop Grand 0 10 95 31 1 Upright Piano 2 0 11 95 26 1 Modern Piano 0 12 121 0 2 Upright Piano 3 0 13 95 34 1 Honky Tonk 0 14 121 0 4 E.PIANO Classic E.Piano 0 15 121 0 5 60’s E.P. 0 16 121 3 5 Modern E.P. 0 17 121 0 6 Electric Grand 0 18 121 0 3 Classic E.P. 2 0 19 95 3 5 Classic E.P. 3 0 20 95 5 5 Modern E.P. 2 0 21 95 6 6 ORGAN Jazz Organ 0 22 121 0 18 Blues Organ 0 23 121 0 17 Ballad Organ 0 24 95 5 17 Gospel Organ 0 25 95 3 17 Church Organ 0 26 121 0 20 Mellow Flutes 0 27 95 48 20 Medium Ensemble 0 28 95 42 20 Loud Ensemble 0 29 95 43 20 HARPSI & MALLETS Harpsichord 0 30 95 6 7 Vibraphone 0 31 121 0 12 Clavi 0 32 121 0 8 Marimba 0 33 121 0 13 Celesta 0 34 121 0 9 Music Box OctUP 0 35 95 3 11 STRINGS & CHOIR Slow Strings 0 36 95 1 45 String Pad 0 37 95 8 49 Warm Strings 0 38 95 1 49 9 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number String Ensemble 0 39 121 0 49 Choir 0 40 121 0 53 Choir 2 0 41 95 53 54 New Age 0 42 121 0 89 Atmosphere 0 43 121 0 100 BASS Wood Bass 0 44 121 0 33 Electric Bass 0 45 121 0 34 Fretless Bass 0 46 121 0 36 W. Bass & Ride 0 47 95 1 33 OTHERS : PIANO Jazz Grand 0 48 95 8 1 Studio Grand 3 0 49 95 17 1 Mellow Grand 3 0 50 95 18 1 Rock Piano 0 51 121 1 2 New Age Piano 0 52 95 9 1 New Age Piano 2 0 53 95 10 1 New Age Piano 3 0 54 95 11 1 Piano Octaves 0 55 95 1 1 Wide Honky Tonk 0 56 121 1 4 OTHERS : E.PIANO Electric Grand2 0 57 121 1 3 Dolce E.P. 0 58 95 2 5 Crystal E.P. 0 59 95 1 6 Tremolo E.P. 0 60 95 1 5 Classic E.P. 4 0 61 121 1 5 Classic E.P. 5 0 62 121 2 5 New Age E.P. 0 63 95 2 6 Modern E.P. 3 0 64 121 1 6 Modern E.P. 4 0 65 121 2 6 Legend E.P. 0 66 121 3 6 Phase E.P. 0 67 121 4 6 OTHERS : HARPSI & MALLETS Harpsichord wTC 0 68 121 0 7 Harpsichord 2 0 69 121 3 7 Harpsichord Oct 0 70 121 1 7 WideHarpsichord 0 71 121 2 7 Synth Clavi 0 72 121 1 8 Glockenspiel 0 73 121 0 10 Music Box 0 74 121 0 11 Toy Piano 0 75 95 1 11 Wide Vibraphone 0 76 121 1 12 Wide Marimba 0 77 121 1 13 Xylophone 0 78 121 0 14 10 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number Handbells 0 79 95 1 15 Tubular Bells 0 80 121 0 15 Church Bells 0 81 121 1 15 Carillon 0 82 121 2 15 Dulcimer 0 83 121 0 16 OTHERS : DRAWBAR Drawbar Organ 0 84 95 1 17 Drawbar Organ 2 0 85 95 2 17 Drawbar Organ 3 0 86 121 2 18 Drawbar Organ 4 0 87 121 3 17 Drawbar Organ 5 0 88 121 1 17 Jazzer 0 89 95 1 18 Soft Solo 0 90 95 8 17 ElectronicOrgan 0 91 95 9 17 60’s Organ 0 92 121 2 17 Perc. Organ 0 93 121 1 18 Tibia Bass 0 94 95 14 18 Rock Organ 0 95 121 0 19 OTHERS : CHURCHORGAN Principal Oct. 0 96 95 24 20 Soft Diapason 0 97 95 45 20 Soft Strings 0 98 95 41 20 Bright Ensemble 0 99 95 47 20 Full Organ 0 100 95 44 20 Reed Ensemble 0 101 95 46 20 Diapason 0 102 95 7 20 Full Ensemble 0 103 95 1 21 Diapason Oct. 0 104 95 6 20 Theater Organ 0 105 95 1 20 8’ Celeste 0 106 95 5 20 Small Ensemble 0 107 95 8 20 Reeds 0 108 95 10 20 Chiffy Tibia 0 109 95 17 20 Principal Pipe 0 110 95 22 20 Church Organ 2 0 111 121 1 20 Church Organ 3 0 112 121 2 20 Reed Organ 0 113 121 0 21 Puff Organ 0 114 121 1 21 OTHERS : ACCORDION FrenchAccordion 0 115 121 0 22 Fr. Accordion 2 0 116 95 1 22 Accordion 0 117 121 1 22 Accordion 2 0 118 95 2 22 Blues Harmonica 0 119 95 2 23 11 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number Harmonica 0 120 121 0 23 Tango Accordion 0 121 121 0 24 OTHERS : GUITAR FingerNylon Gtr 0 122 95 4 25 Nylon Acoustic 0 123 121 0 25 Nylon Acoustic2 0 124 121 2 25 Nylon Acoustic3 0 125 121 3 25 Ukulele 0 126 121 1 25 Ballad Guitar 0 127 95 6 26 Steel Guitar 0 128 121 0 26 Steel Guitar 2 1 1 121 3 26 12 String 1 2 121 1 26 Mandolin 1 3 121 2 26 Jazz Guitar 1 4 121 0 27 Pedal Steel 1 5 121 1 27 Rhythm Guitar 1 6 121 2 28 Electric Guitar 1 7 121 0 28 E. Guitar 2 1 8 121 1 28 E. Guitar 3 1 9 121 2 29 Muted Electric 1 10 121 0 29 Cutting Guitar 1 11 121 1 29 Country Lead 1 12 121 3 29 OverdriveGuitar 1 13 121 0 30 Dynmic Ov.drive 1 14 121 1 30 Distortion 1 15 121 0 31 Dist Feedback 1 16 121 1 31 Dist Rhythm 1 17 121 2 31 E.Gtr Harmonics 1 18 121 0 32 Guitar Feedback 1 19 121 1 32 OTHERS : BASS Wood Bass 2 1 20 95 2 33 Wood Bass 3 1 21 95 4 33 Wood Bass 4 1 22 95 5 33 Electric Bass 2 1 23 95 5 34 Electric Bass 3 1 24 95 6 34 FingerSlap Bass 1 25 121 1 34 Pick Bass 1 26 121 0 35 Slap Bass 1 27 121 0 37 Slap Bass 2 1 28 121 0 38 Synth Bass 1 29 121 0 39 Synth Bass 2 1 30 121 0 40 Synth Bass 3 1 31 121 2 39 Synth Bass 4 1 32 121 1 40 Warm Synth Bass 1 33 121 1 39 12 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number Clavi Bass 1 34 121 3 39 Hammer Bass 1 35 121 4 39 Rubber Bass 1 36 121 2 40 Attack Bass 1 37 121 3 40 OTHERS : STRINGS&ORCHINST Violin 1 38 121 0 41 Slow Violin 1 39 121 1 41 Viola 1 40 121 0 42 Cello 1 41 121 0 43 Contrabass 1 42 121 0 44 Tremolo Strings 1 43 121 0 45 Strings & Brass 1 44 121 1 49 60’s Strings 1 45 121 2 49 Strings sf. 1 46 95 9 49 StringEnsemble2 1 47 121 0 50 Synth Strings 1 48 121 0 51 Synth Strings 2 1 49 121 0 52 Synth Strings 3 1 50 121 1 51 Pizzicato 1 51 121 0 46 Harp 1 52 121 0 47 Celtic Harp 1 53 121 1 47 Timpani 1 54 121 0 48 OTHERS : CHOIR & HIT Choir 3 1 55 121 1 53 Voice Oohs 1 56 121 0 54 Humming 1 57 121 1 54 DoReMi # 1 58 95 51 54 DoReMi b 1 59 95 52 54 Synth Vocal 1 60 121 0 55 Analog Voice 1 61 121 1 55 Orchestra Hit 1 62 121 0 56 Bass Hit Plus 1 63 121 1 56 6th Hit 1 64 121 2 56 Euro Hit 1 65 121 3 56 OTHERS : BRASS Trumpet 1 66 121 0 57 Solo Trumpet 1 67 121 1 57 Flugel Horn 1 68 95 1 57 SentimentalBone 1 69 95 7 58 Trombone 1 70 121 0 58 Trombone 2 1 71 121 1 58 Bright Trombone 1 72 121 2 58 Tuba 1 73 121 0 59 CupMute Trumpet 1 74 95 1 60 13 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number CupMuteTrombone 1 75 95 2 60 Muted Trumpet 1 76 121 0 60 Muted Trumpet 2 1 77 121 1 60 French Horns 1 78 121 0 61 Warm FrenchHorn 1 79 121 1 61 Brass Section 1 80 121 0 62 Brass Section 2 1 81 121 1 62 Synth Brass 1 82 121 0 63 Synth Brass 2 1 83 121 0 64 Synth Brass 3 1 84 121 1 63 Synth Brass 4 1 85 121 1 64 Jump Brass 1 86 121 3 63 Analog Brass 1 87 121 2 63 Analog Brass 2 1 88 121 2 64 OTHERS : REED Oboe & Strings 1 89 95 5 69 Soprano Sax 1 90 121 0 65 Alto Sax 1 91 121 0 66 Soft Tenor Sax 1 92 95 2 67 Tenor Sax 1 93 121 0 67 Baritone Sax 1 94 121 0 68 Oboe 1 95 121 0 69 English Horn 1 96 121 0 70 Bassoon 1 97 121 0 71 Clarinet 1 98 121 0 72 OTHERS : PIPE Flute & Strings 1 99 95 8 74 Piccolo 1 100 121 0 73 Jazz Flute 1 101 95 1 74 Big Band Winds 1 102 95 2 74 OrchestralWinds 1 103 95 3 74 Flute 1 104 121 0 74 Ballad Flute 1 105 95 13 74 Recorder 1 106 121 0 75 Pan Flute 1 107 121 0 76 Blown Bottle 1 108 121 0 77 Shakuhachi 1 109 121 0 78 Whistle 1 110 121 0 79 Ocarina 1 111 121 0 80 OTHERS : SYNTH LEAD Square 1 112 121 0 81 Square 2 1 113 121 1 81 Sine 1 114 121 2 81 Classic Synth 1 115 121 0 82 14 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number Classic Synth 2 1 116 121 1 82 Lead 1 117 121 2 82 Classic Synth 3 1 118 121 3 82 SequencedAnalog 1 119 121 4 82 Caliope 1 120 121 0 83 Chiff 1 121 121 0 84 Charang 1 122 121 0 85 Wire Lead 1 123 121 1 85 Voice 1 124 121 0 86 Fifth 1 125 121 0 87 Bass & Lead 1 126 121 0 88 Soft Wire Lead 1 127 121 1 88 OTHERS : SYNTH PAD Itopia 1 128 121 1 92 New Age 2 2 1 95 1 89 New Age 3 2 2 95 2 89 New Age 4 2 3 95 3 89 Warm Pad 2 4 121 0 90 Sine Pad 2 5 121 1 90 Bright Warm Pad 2 6 95 1 90 Polysynth 2 7 121 0 91 Choir Pad 2 8 121 0 92 Bowed Pad 2 9 121 0 93 Metallic Pad 2 10 121 0 94 Halo Pad 2 11 121 0 95 Sweep Pad 2 12 121 0 96 Multi Sweep 2 13 95 1 96 OTHERS : SYNTH SFX Rain Pad 2 14 121 0 97 Soundtrack 2 15 121 0 98 Crystal 2 16 121 0 99 Synth Mallet 2 17 121 1 99 Brightness 2 18 121 0 101 Brightness 2 2 19 95 1 101 Goblin 2 20 121 0 102 Echoes 2 21 121 0 103 Echo Bell 2 22 121 1 103 Echo Pan 2 23 121 2 103 Sci-Fi 2 24 121 0 104 OTHERS : ETHNIC Sitar 2 25 121 0 105 Sitar 2 2 26 121 1 105 Banjo 2 27 121 0 106 Shamisen 2 28 121 0 107 15 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number Koto 2 29 121 0 108 Taisho Koto 2 30 121 1 108 Kalimba 2 31 121 0 109 Bag Pipe 2 32 121 0 110 Fiddle 2 33 121 0 111 Shanai 2 34 121 0 112 OTHERS : PERCUSSION Tinkle Bell 2 35 121 0 113 Agogo 2 36 121 0 114 Steel Drums 2 37 121 0 115 Woodblock 2 38 121 0 116 Castanet 2 39 121 1 116 Taiko Drums 2 40 121 0 117 Concert BD 2 41 121 1 117 Melodic Toms 2 42 121 0 118 Melodic Toms 2 2 43 121 1 118 Synth Drum 2 44 121 0 119 Rhythm Box Tom 2 45 121 1 119 Electric Drum 2 46 121 2 119 Reverse Cymbal 2 47 121 0 120 Gtr Fret Noise 2 48 121 0 121 GtrCuttingNoise 2 49 121 1 121 CuttingNoise 2 2 50 95 1 121 Ac Bass Slap 2 51 121 2 121 OTHERS : SFX Breath Noise 2 52 121 0 122 Flute Key Click 2 53 121 1 122 Seashore 2 54 121 0 123 Rain 2 55 121 1 123 Thunder 2 56 121 2 123 Wind 2 57 121 3 123 Stream 2 58 121 4 123 Bubble 2 59 121 5 123 Bird Tweet 2 60 121 0 124 Dog Barking 2 61 121 1 124 Horse Gallop 2 62 121 2 124 Bird Tweet 2 2 63 121 3 124 Cat&Dog&Harp 2 64 95 12 124 Telephone 2 65 121 0 125 Telephone 2 2 66 121 1 125 Door Creak 2 67 121 2 125 Door Slam 2 68 121 3 125 Scratch 2 69 121 4 125 Wind Chime 2 70 121 5 125 16 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual Program Change Number List Sound Name Multi-timbral mode = off/on1 Multi-timbral mode = on2 Bank LSB Program Number Bank MSB Bank LSB Program Number Helicopter 2 71 121 0 126 Car Engine 2 72 121 1 126 Car Stopping 2 73 121 2 126 Car Passing 2 74 121 3 126 Car Crash 2 75 121 4 126 Siren 2 76 121 5 126 Train 2 77 121 6 126 Jet Plane 2 78 121 7 126 Starship 2 79 121 8 126 Burst Noise 2 80 121 9 126 Applause 2 81 121 0 127 Laughing 2 82 121 1 127 Screaming 2 83 121 2 127 Punch 2 84 121 3 127 Heartbeat 2 85 121 4 127 Foot Step 2 86 121 5 127 Gunshot 2 87 121 0 128 Machine Gun 2 88 121 1 128 Laser Gun 2 89 121 2 128 Explosion 2 90 121 3 128 OTHERS : DRUMKIT Standard Set 2 91 120 0 1 Room Set 2 92 120 0 9 Power Set 2 93 120 0 17 Electronic Set 2 94 120 0 25 Analog Set 2 95 120 0 26 Jazz Set 2 96 120 0 33 Brush Set 2 97 120 0 41 Orchestra Set 2 98 120 0 49 SFX Set 2 99 120 0 57 17 CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Exclusive Data Format 1st byte 2nd byte 3rd byte 4th byte 5th byte 6th byte 7th byte 8th byte 9th byte 10th byte 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Byte ID Description 1 F0 Start code 2 40 Kawai ID number 3 00 - 0F MIDI channel 4 10, 30 Function code (30 when setting Multi-timbre On/Off) 5 04 Indicates that the instrument is an electric piano 6 13 Indicates that the piano is a CN39 model 7 data 1 8 data 2 See table below 9 data 3 10 F7 End code data 1 data 2 data 3 Function 00 00 - Multi-timbre Off 02 00 - Multi-timbre On 1 01 00 - Multi-timbre On 2 0F 15 - 6C - Split Point A0-C8 14 00 - 7F - Dual/Split balance 16 1F - 60 - Tune, 40 : 440 Hz 17 00, 7F - 00 : Program Change Off, 7F : Program Change On 18 00 - 07 - 00 : Light, 01 : Normal, 02 : Heavy, 03 : Off, 04 : Light +, 05 : Heavy +, 06 : User1, 07 : User2 19 00 - 03 - Lower Octave Shift 20 00 - 7F 00 - 7F Dual, data 2 : Main sound, data 3 : Layer sound 21 00 - 7F 00 - 7F Split, data 2 : Upper sound, data 3 : Lower sound 22 00 - 7F 00 -7F Four Hands, data2 : Right sound, data3 : Left sound 25 00 - 09 00 - 0B 18 data2 : Temperament 00 : Equal, 01 : Pure Major, 02 : Pythagorean, 03 : Meantone, 04 : Werkmeister, 05 : Kirnberger, 07 : Pure Minor, 09 : User data3 : Key 26 00, 7F 00 - 0F Multi-timbre, data 2 : 00 (Mute), 7F (Play), data 3 : Channel 27 00 - 02 00 - 02 Dual/Split, Right (Upper)/Left (Lower), sound Bank LSB CN39 MIDI Settings Manual MIDI Implementation Chart ■ Kawai CN39 digital piano Date: February 2019 Version: 1.0 Function Transmit Receive Remarks Basic channel At power-up Settable 1 1 1 - 16 1 - 16 Mode 19 KPSZ-1074 R100 At power-up Mode 3 Mode 1 * The default for the OMNI Message X Mode 1, 3 mode is On. Specifying MIDI channels Alternative ********* X automatically turns it Off. Note number Range 9 - 120** 0 - 127 ** The value depends on ********* 0 - 127 the Transpose setting. Velocity Note on Note off O O O O After touch Key specific Channel specific X X X O Pitch bend X O Control change 0, 32 15 6, 38 710116465666769707172737475767778849193 98, 99 100, 101 OXXXXXX O(Right pedal) X O(Center pedal) O(Left pedal) OXXXXXXXXXXXXXX OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Bank Select *1 Modulation Portament Time Data Entry Volume Panpot Expression Pedal Sustain Pedal Portament Sostenuto Pedal Soft Pedal Hold 2 Sustain Level Resonance Release Time Attack Time Cuttoff Decay Time Vibrato Speed Vibrato Depth Vibrato Delay Portament Control Reverb Send Level Chorus Send Level NRPN LSB, MSB RPN LSB, MSB Program change O 0-127 True ********* O *1 Exclusive O O On/Off Selectable Common Song position X X Song selection X X Tune X X Real time Clock Commands X X X X Other functions All sound Off X O(120) Reset all controller X O(121) Local On / Off X O All notes Off X O(123 - 127) Active sensing X O Reset X X *1 Please refer to the Program Change Number List on page 9. Mode 1: omni mode On, Poly Mode 2: omni mode On, Mono O : Yes Mode 3: omni mode Off, Poly Mode 4: omni mode Off, Mono X : No


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