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PDF Content Summary: Owner's Guide Spielanleitung Mode d'emploi Manual del Propietario YAMAHA Congratulations! Thank you for purchasing a Yamaha PortaTone PSR-36. This PortaTone is an ultra-modern keyboard with a design based on the latest digital electronics technology. To be sure you get maximum satis faction, we suggest you follow the steps in this manual carefully while actually playing the instrument. Contents Before playing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1 2. Playing back the Demonstration Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 3 3. Starting to Play (Orchestra Section) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. Voice Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 6 5. Using the Built-in Drummer (PCM/Stereo Rhythm Section) . . . . . 7 6. Creating Original Rhythm Patterns (Custom Drummer) . . . . . .10 7. Adding Accompaniment (Auto Bass Chord Section) . . . . . . . 12 8. Chord Sequence Programming . 15

9. External Jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 19

11. About MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 12. Taking Care of Your PortaTone 22 13. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Before playing Inserting Batteries Remove the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the instrument and insert six 1.5V SUM-1 "D" size, R-20, or equivalent alkaline batteries (sold separately), making sure that the polarities are placed as directed inside the compartment. Replace the cover, ensuring that it locks securely in place. Optional power adaptors Household current: Power Adaptor PA-4/ PA-40 is available for household current. No other adaptor is usable, so when you purchase a power adaptor please ensure that it is model PA-4/PA-40. Car Battery: Car Battery Adaptor CA-1 plugs into a car cigarette lighter socket. 1

Nomenclature Power Switch Master Volume Control Auto Bass Chord Volume Control Bass & Chord Variation Selectors Bass & Chord Voice Selectors Auto Bass Chord Mode Selector Auto Bass Chord Key Section Rhythm Volume Control Rhythm Variation Selector Custom Drummer Function Selectors Custom Drummer Key Section Tempo Controls Rhythm Selectors Fill-in Button Synchro Start and Start Buttons Stop Button Intro./Ending Button Keyboard Percussion Button Duet On/Off Switch Sustain Selector Orchestra Bank Selector Orchestra Voice Selectors Digital Synthesizer Selector Voice Data Controllers Chord Sequencer Record Button Chord Sequencer Play Button MIDI Button Demonstration Button Pitch Controls 2 Playing back the Demonstration Music First, try listening to the Demonstration Music. To hear this music, do the following: 1. Switch on Slide the POWER switch to the ON position. The power-on light will then illuminate. 2. Adjust the volume Slide the MASTER VOLUME control about three-quarters of the way towards Max. to set the volume level. 3. Press the DEMONSTRATION button "William Tell Overture" will start to play as soon as you press this button. 3

To stop the music, press the STOP button or the DEMONSTRATION button again. You can change the programmed voice, rhythm and tempo as you like. However, you shouldn’t select a 3-Beat rhythm, since it would not match the demonstration piece. Starting to play Orchestra section First, try the sounds in the Orchestra section, which is a fundamental part of this keyboard. 1. Choose an instrument voice First set the Orchestra Bank selector for the desired bank of voices (Orchestra Bank selector in upper position to select upper row of voices labeled in silver above the voice selectors, lower position to select lower row of voices labeled in yellow.) Then press the Orchestra Voice selector for the desired voice in the selected bank. ● When you turn the keyboard ON, the BRASS 1 voice will automatically be selected if the Orchestra Bank selector is set to the upper position, and the BRASS 2 voice will be selected if the Orchestra Bank selector is set to the lower position. 4 Notes: 1. Vibrato is automatically applied to voices which benefit from application of this effect. 2. Be sure to set the Auto Bass Chord MODE selector to the OFF position. When the selector is set to the SINGLE FINGER or FINGERED position. the keys in the Auto Bass Chord key section cannot be used for melody playing. 2. Try other voices Make your selection from among the voices in the ORCHESTRA section Note: The maximum number of notes that can be played simultaneously (normally twelve) will be reduced when the Auto Bass Chord, Duet and Digital Synthesizer are used. The minimum number of simultaneous notes is two. 3. Adding sustain Slide the SUSTAIN selector to its “1” or “2” setting, and notes will be sustain ed after you lift your fingers from the keys. SUSTAIN 1 produces a short sustain, SUSTAIN 2 produces a longer sustain. Pitch control The PITCH control function enables you to fine-tune the keyboard for when you want to play in an ensemble. Each time is pressed, the pitch increases very slightly, up to a maximum of 50 cents above the preset level. Whenever is pressed, the pitch drops slightly, also to a maximum of 50 cents. Notes: 1. If you hold down one of the PITCH controls, the pitch will change continuously. 2. If you press both of the PITCH controls together, the pitch will return to the preset level (A3= 440Hz). 5

Voice Editing DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER As one of the PSR-36’s special features, the Digital Synthesizer function allows you to expand the 32 orchestra voices to total of 100,000 different voices. Let’s create various voices using DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER. 1. Select the desired voice by pressing one of the 32 Orchestra Voice selectors 2. Set the Digital Synthesizer selector to ON. 3. Adjust the volume using the Master Volume control 4. Set each Voice Data controller (SPECTRUM, BRILLIANCE, ENVELOPE, VIBRATO and DETUNE) to the position which results in the desired sound. SPECTRUM This controls the timbre or tone color of the voice. BRILLIANCE This determines how brilliant or mellow the voice is. ENVELOPE Controls the attack of the notes (whether the notes begin sharply or smoothly). VIBRATO

This controls the vibrato effect. 6

DETUNE Increasing the DETUNE setting produces a “thicker” multi-instrument type sound. 5. Now, let’s play some notes. By comparing the same voice in both the ON and OFF settings of the Digital Synthesizer Selector you can distinguish the difference in timbre. ● The degree to which a voice changes varies with the selected voice. Using the built-in drummer PCM/Stereo rhythm section Now it’s time to add a dynamic rhythm accompaniment to your melody. 1. Choose a rhythm Pick the rhythm that best suits the music you’re going to play and press the corresponding Rhythm selector When you turn the keyboard ON, the DISCO rhythm is automatically selected. 7

2. Start the rhythm After selecting a rhythm, press the START selector Synchro Start Use the SYNCHRO START button If you want the rhythm to begin from the moment you first press a key. Any of the 19 keys (up to F#2) beginning at the left of the keyboard (Auto Bass Chord key section will activate the rhythm. Intro./Ending Instead of using START, you can have the rhythm begin by using the INTRO./ENDING button . When this selector is pressed, the rhythm will start after a two-bar intro-phrase. 3. Adjustments Volume The Rhythm VOLUME control lets YOU adjust the rhythm volume in relation to the melody volume. Tempo Use the TEMPO controls to adjust the speed of the rhythm. Variation The Rhythm VARIATION selector gives a choice of five patterns for each rhythm. 4. Making use of the Tempo Light The Tempo Light functions as a visual metronome, making it simple for you to confirm the rhythm tempo. It flashes indicating tempo when the rhythm is running and also when the SYNCHRO START button has been pressed but you have not yet started the rhythm by pressing a key. 8

5. Adding fill-ins If you tap the FILL-IN button the rhythm being played will be replaced with a 1-bar drum solo. If you press the FILL-IN button before starting to play, the rhythm will start after a 1-bar drum solo. 6. Using the INTRO./ENDING button for your musical finale If you press the INTRO./ENDING button when the rhythm is on, the rhythm will stop automatically after playing a two-bar ending phrase. If you wish to stop the rhythm immediately, press the STOP button Keyboard Percussion Press the KEYBOARD PERCUSSION button and you can enjoy playing like a drummer by tapping the Custom Drummer keys with your fingers. Twenty-five PCM digital percussion sounds are assigned to the keys. The different kinds of percussion instrument sounds are indicated by symbols next to the relevant keys. (When the Keyboard Percussion feature is engaged, the Tempo Light will come on). If you turn KEYBOARD PERCUSSION ON while a rhythm pattern is playing, the rhythm pattern will stop (leaving bass and/or chord backing when using the Auto Bass Chord function described in item 7) so you can play your own rhythm on the Custom Drummer keys. Press the KEYBOARD PERCUSSION buttona second time to exit the Keyboard percussion mode. 9

Creating original rhythm patterns Custom Drummer The PSR-36 has 80 preset rhythm patterns (including variations). Apart from the preset patterns, you can also create original ones of your own using Custom Drummer Programming a rhythm pattern Create your own version of the 8 Beat rhythm. 1. First of all, choose a basic rhythm pattern from among the preset rhythms. As an example, select POPS. 2. Press the PROGRAM selector. You are now ready to input. Try writing the following rhythm patterns: 3. Press the CLEAR selector and the preset POPS is cancelled, leaving only the sound of the beat count. 10 4. Input the bass drum pattern by tapp ing the key indicated by the figure. 5. The same procedure is required for inputting snare drum, closed hi-hat, and open hi-hat. You can add an accent (slightly higher volume level) to the timing you want by tapping the > key (B5). 6. If you make an error, cancel it by pressing the relevant percussion key together with the CANCEL key (C6. The input that percussion instrument again. 7. When your original pattern is completed, press the STOP button or PROGRAM button again. In procedure 3, if you do not want to erase all of the percussion sounds, you can use the CANCEL key (C6) and individual percussion keys to selectively erase. 8. Now, playback what you have programmed by pressing the PLAY selector. Try other rhythm patterns as shown below: MARCHING DRUM (set to MARCH/POLKA) Notes: 1. When you play back a customized rhythm, the Auto Bass Chord feature can be used in the same way as with a preset rhythm. The total number of percussion voices that can 2. be used for one pattern amounts to 8. 3. When the power is OFF, the data that you input will be erased automatically. 11

Adding accompaniment Auto Bass Chord section The Auto Bass Chord section is an automatic accompaniment feature. if the MODE selector is set to OFF, the Auto Bass Chord system does not function. With the SINGLE FINGER position selected, you can play chords plus bass notes with just one finger when you press any of the keys in the Auto Bass Chord key section The FINGERED position is suitable for you if you already know how to play chords since it lets you play your own chords and stiil get the bass accompaniment. For one-fingered accompaniment 1. Slide the selector to the SINGLE FINGER position. 2. Select a rhythm Choose the rhythm you want then press the SYNCHRO START or START button (Don’t forget to do this whenever you use the Auto Bass Chord feature). 3. Press a key Press one of the 19 keys in the Auto Bass Chord key section on the left side of the keyboard. 12

You will hear the corresponding chord with bass and rhythm accompaniment. For instance, when you press “C,” you’ll obtain a C major chord that plays along with the bass and rhythm. 4. Set the volume Adjust the volume to suit the overall level using the Auto Bass Chord VOLUME control 5. Set the tempo Set the tempo you want using the TEMPO controls in the Rhythm section. 6. Select a variation combination Using the BASS and CHORD VARIATION selectors choose the bass and chord pattern combination most suitable for the kind of music you want to play. Moving the CHORD VARIATION selector to position No. 8 cancels the chord accompaniment, leaving only the bass line and percussion. You can then play your own chords In the normal way. 7. Select the bass and chord voices Enjoy selecting different bass and chord voices using the BASS and CHORD VOICE selectors to suit the music. 8. To stop the Auto Bass Chord accompaniment Press the STOP button in the Rhythm section. 13

Obtaining minor, seventh, and minor seventh chords in Single Finger mode. • To get a C minor chord depress the C key together with the next black key to the left. • To get a C seventh chord depress the C key together with the next white key to the left. • To get a C minor seventh chord, simply press the C key together with the black key and white key to the left. For automatic accompaniment based on three-note or four-note chords 1. Slide the selector to the FINGERED position. 2. When a combination of keys located in the Auto Bass Chord key section is pressed, the resulting chord will be played togeter with the automatic accompanimient consisting of the bass line and the selected rhythm. Note: The chord accompaniment selected by chordvariation selectors 6 and 7 Include arpeggio patterns. The arpeggio patterns are only produced, however, when major, minor, dominant seventh or minor seventh chords are played. • Adding harmony to the melody (DUET) This function works together with the SINGLE FINGER or FINGERED feature in the Auto Bass Chord section. Slide the DUET on/off switch to ON, and a harmonizing note (taken from your left hand chord) will be added to each melody note you play. 14 Advanced course 1: Manual Bass accompaniment 1. Siide the MODE selector to the MANUAL BASS position. 2. Play your own bass line using the keys in the Auto Bass Chord key section Note: You can play only one note at a time in the Auto Bass Chord key section when using this function. Advanced course 2: Keyboard split If you set the Auto Bass Chord MODE selector to the KEYBOARD SPLIT position, the auto accompaniment will be cancelled, enabling you to play the 19 keys in the Auto Bass Chord key section using any of the CHORD voices. This means that you can play with different voices for your left and right hands. Choose the left-hand voice by means of the CHORD VOICE selector Note: You can play up to four notes at the same time in the Auto Bass Chord key section when using this function. Chord Sequence Programming With this feature you can have the keyboard store the chords you play in its memory, then have them played back in any tempo you like. A selected rhythm pattern can also be memorized. The main advantage is that after storing the chord progression and rhythm pattern in the memory, you can have them replayed automatically to accompany you while you concentrate on practicing your melody performances or improvisations. 15

Note: When the power is OFF, the data that you input will be erased automatically. A. Chord recording 1. Depress the RECORD button in the CHORD SEQUENCER section. 2. Try storing the accompaniment for “Greensleeves”. First, select WALTZ in the Rhythm section, and then play the following chord sequence together with the rhythm (using the Auto Bass Chord key section

Note 1:

Recording can also be started by pressing the START button You can use this method when you want to start with a "blank" chord pattern. Note 2: The accompaniment can be played using either the Single Finger or Fingered mode of the Auto Bass Chord section. However, the Single Finger mode is automatically engaged when you press RECORD except when using the Fingered mode beforehand (see page 13 for instructions on Single Finger and page 14 for Fingered). 3. When all of the chords have been programmed, press the STOP button or RECORD button again. The accompaniment has now been stored in the memory. B. Chord playback The memorized accompaniment can be played back, unless you cancel the memory contents by inputting a different chord sequence. 16

1. Press the PLAY button of the CHORD SEQUENCER. 2. Start playback by pressing the START button or any key on the keyboard. 3. Try playing the melody of “Green sleeves” to the accompaniment playback (see below). 4. Playback can be stopped at an time by pressing the STOP button Melody Capacity of Chord Sequencer About 100 chord changes are possible. This means that it is possible to record the chords for a piece consisting of 100 measures if one measure contains one chord on average. If complicated chords are recorded by using Fingered Chord, the chord recordig capacity will be reduced. If the number of chords exceeds the memory capacity, recording will stop automatically. External jacks Several jacks are provided at the back of the keyboard for connecting a variety of optional accessories. There is also a headphone jack at the front. 17

A. External power source jack (DC 9-12V IN) AC power Connect the optional AC Power Adaptor PA-4/PA-40 to the DC 9-12V IN jack. Car battery The Car Battery Adaptor CA-1 plugs into the DC 9-12V IN jack and a cigarette lighter socket. B. Aux Out jacks (L & R) You can channel sound through your stereo system using these jacks. Use the optional connecting cord PSC-3. ● Impedance: 600Ω • Output level: -7 2dBm (7 notessounding simultaneously at maxi mum volume with Jazz Organ voice) Note: These jacks were designed to accommodate the most commonly used Impedances. Significant deviation from these specifications will result In inadequate drive, distortion, noise, and poor performance in genera/. C. Expression pedal jack The EXP. PEDAL jack is for connecting the Expression Pedal EP-1, which lets you control the overall volume level using your foot. D. Headphone Jack (Below left end of keyboard.) Connect a set of headphones to this jack and you can practice without disturbing others. E. MIDI Jacks (IN & OUT) Refer to page 19 for details concern ing MIDI. 18

Optional accessories AC Power Adaptor (PA-4/PA-40) Transforms AC voltage to DC voltage. Car Battery Adaptor (CA-1) Enables you to provide power to the instrument from a car battery using the cigarette lighter socket. Soft Carrying Case (SCC-12) For convenient transportation. Headphones (HPE-3/5) Specially designed lightweight dynamic headphones with extra-soft ear pads. Connecting Cable (PSC-3) For connecting the keyboard to a stereo hi-fi system or cassette tape deck. Keyboard Stand (L-2/4) Expression Pedal (EP-1) Lets you add more feeling to music by enabling subtle control of the overall volume level. Bench (BC-6) Some optional accessories may not be available in every region. About MIDI MIDI is an acronym standing for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, which is a standard interface for communication between keyboards and other music devices. The Porta Tone PSR-36 is equipped with MIDI jacks (IN and OUT), enabling connection of the Porta Tone to another keyboard equipped with MIDI jacks or an expander module, for synchronized performances. 19

(Example) MIDI OUT PSR-36 When the power is turned on, the mode is: LOCAL ON, OMNI ON, POLY. Data to be sent/received in normal mode • Key ON/OFF • Orchestra voice change • Orchestra sustain MIDI Functions The PSR-36 is equipped with 6 MIDI functions. These functions are selected by pressing the Orchestra Voice Selector shown in the table below while pressing the MIDI button Table of MIDI Functions To select MIDI functions, press the appropriate Orchestra. Voice selector ( as shown below) while holding the MIDI 20 1&2. Selecting MIDI Channels While holding the MIDI button press BRASS 1/BRASS 2 (send channel) or SAX/HORN (receive channel) and then press one of the black or white keys on the left of the keyboard to designate the channel (CH1 through CH16 from left). Note: The OMNI ON Mode is selected by pressing the 17th key from the left while pressing the MIDI button 3. Split Send Mode When this mode is selected, only the Key On data for keys to the left of the split point is sent on the designated channel (fixed at CH2) when SINGLE FINGER, FINGERED, MANUAL BASS, or KEYBOARD SPLIT mode is selected. 4. Program Change Off This is used to cancel the sending and reception of voice select and rhythm select information (program changes) from an external device. 5. MIDI Clock Select This is used for synchronization with the timing clock of an external device. 6. Local Off This is used to cancel the melody sounds of the PSR-36. (Rhythm and Auto Bass Chord cannot be turned off. The Rhythm and Auto Bass Chord sounds can be eliminated by setting their volumes to MIN.) 21

Taking care of your PortaTone Your PortaTone will remain in excellent playing condition if care is taken concern ing the following. 1. When you use AC power, be sure to use the optional AC Power PA-4/ PA-40 adaptor. Before use, read the adaptor instructions carefully. In particular, please note that in some cases the PA-4/PA-40 is provided with a voltage selector, so confirm that this selector is correctly set. 2. The optional car battery adaptor CA-1 is only for use with a negative around 12V battery. Ensure that this is the case before connecting the adaptor. 3. Connections made between the PortaTone and any other device should be made with both units turned off. 4. Do not set the MASTER VOLUME at MAX when you connect the PortaTone to a stereo system. Use the stereo system’s volume control to adjust the sound level. 5. Avoid placing the instrument in excessively humid areas. 6. Do not subject the unit to physical shock, and avoid placing anything heavy on it. 7. The PortaTone should not be placed in direct sunlight for a long time. 8. Do not place the instrument near any heating appliance, or leave it inside a car in direct sunlight for any length of time. Direct sunshine can raise the interior temperature of a car with closed doors and windows to as high as 80°C. Temperatures in excess of 60°C can cause physical and/or electrical damage not covered by warranty. Use a dry or damp cloth for cleaning. 10. When you aren’t using the Porta- Tone, we recommend keeping it in 9. the case to protect it. 22 Specifications Keyboard 61 keys (C1—C6) Orchestra Voices (Upper Bank/Lower Bank) Brass 1/Brass 2, Sax/Horn, Wah Brass/ Flute, Oboe/Clarinet, Cello/Strings, Synth Organ/Jazz Organ, Pipe Organ 1/Pipe Organ 2, Fantasy/Cosmic, Bluessynth/ Popsynth, Slapsynth/Funksynth, Percus 1/ Percus 2, Elec. Piano/Piano, Banjo/ Harpsichord, Elec. Guitar/Jazz Guitar, Music Box/Vibes, Koto/Bells Effects Duet, Sustain (1, 2) Digital Synthsizer Section Spectrum (1—5), Brilliance (1—5), Envelope (1—5), Vibrato (1—5), Detune (1—5), On/Off Rhythm Section Disco, Pops, 16 beat, Rock'n'Roll Reggae, Country, Big Band, Swing, Slow Rock, Heavy Metal, Salsa, Rhumba, Samba, Bossanova, March/Polka, Waltz Controls: Tempo, Volume, Variation (1-8), Synchro Start, Start, Stop, Intro./Ending, Fill-In, Tempo Light Custom Drummer: Program, Clear, Play Keyboard Percussion: 11 Latin Percussions, 13 Drum Percussions, Hand Clap, Accent, Cancel Auto Bass Cord Section Mode Selector: Single Finger, Fingered, Manual Bass, Keyboard Split, Off Chord Voices: Piano, E. Piano, Organ, Guitar, Brass, Strings, Synth 1, Synth 2 Bass Voices: Bass 1, Bass 2, E. Bass 1, E. Bass 2, Tuba, MUSIC Box, Synth 1, Synth 2 Chord Variation: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Bass Variation: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Control: Volume Chord Sequencer Section Record, Play, Chord Sequencer Light Pitch Control ±50 cents Other Controls and indicators Power Switch, Power-on Light, Master Volume, MIDI, Demonstration Auxiliary Jacks Headphones, Expression Pedal, MIDI IN, MIDI OUT, Aux Out (L/R), DC9-12V IN Main Ampilfier 2.5W x 2 (RMS) Speaker 12cm (4-3/4") x 2 Repeated Voltage DC9V (Six SUM-1, “D” size, R-20 or equivalent batteries), AC Power Adaptor (PA-4/PA-40) or Car Batter Adaptor (CA-1) Dimensions (W x D x H) 913mm x 331mm x 96mm (36” x 13” x 3-3/4”) Weight 6.6kg (14.6 lbs.) 23

Specifications are subject to change without notice. FCC INFORMATION Attention users in the U.S.A. PortaTone PSR-36 prepared In accordance with FCC rules. The PortaTone PSR-36 uses frequencies that appear in the radio frequency range, and it installed in the immediate proximity (within three meters) of some types of audio or video devices interference may occur. The PortaTone PSR-36 has been type tested and tested to comply with the specifications set for a Class B computing device in accordance with those specifications listed in Subpart J of Part 15 of the FCC rules. These rules are designed to provide a reasonable measure of protection against such interference. However this does not guarantee that interference will not occur. If your PortaTone PSR-36 should be suspected of causing interference with other electronic devices, verification can be made by tuning your PortaTone PSR-36 off and on. If the interference continues when your PortaTone PSR-36 is off, PortaTone PSR-36 is not the source of the interference. If your PortaTone PSR-36 does appear to be the source of the interference, you should try to correct the situation by using one or more of the following measures: Relocate either the PortaTone PSR-36 or the electronic device that is being affected by the interference. Utilize power outlets for the PortaTone PSR-36 and the device being affected that are on different branch ( circuit breaker of fuse) circuits, or install A/C line filters In the case of radio TV interference, relocate the antenna or, if the antenna lead-in is a 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to a co-axial type cable. If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact your Authorized Yamaha dealer for suggestions and/or corrective measures. If you cannot locate an Authorized Yamaha dealer in your general area. contact the Service Division, Yamaha Music Corporation U.S.A 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620. If for any reason you should need additional information relating to radio or TV interference, you may find a booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: "How to identify and Resolve Radio-TV interference Problems". This booklet id available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20492—Stock # 004-000-345-4. 24

Model PSR-36 MIDI Implementation Chart Version : 1.0 Transmitted Recongnized Remarks Function Basic Default 1 1 ChanneI Changed : 1-16 1-16 Default 3 1 Mode Messages X OMNI on, OMNl off POLY, MONO (M=1) Note 30-102 36-96 Numbe r: True voice: *********** 36-96 Velocity Note on X 9nH, v = 64 X Note off X 9nH, v = 0 : X After Key’s : X : X Touch Ch’s X X Pitch Bender X X Control 6 4 O O Sustain Change Program O 0-31 O 0-127 Change : True # ************* 0-31 System Exclusive X X System : Song Pos X X : Song Sel X X Common : Tune X X System : Clock O O Real Time : Commands O O Aux : Local ON/OFF X : O : AlI Notes OFF: X O (122-127) Mes- : Active Sense O O sases : Reset X O Notes Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO 0 : Mode 3Yes : OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO X : No

YAMAHA YAMAHA CORPORATION The serial number of this product may be found on the bottom of the unit. You should note this serial number in the space provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in the event of theft. Model No. PSR-36 Serial No. Concerning Warranty This product was made for international distribution, and since the warranty for this type of product varies from marketing area to marketing area, please contact the selling agency for information concerning the

applicable warranty and/or service policies.


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