5 Put Parts

Pattern Play Mode MENU Job 5 ENTER Summary Puts the data from the specified track of a pattern to the specified measure of a sequencer track. Pattern Number 00 99 Track CI, CII, BS, RT Chord Chord root x 20 chord types Destination Track TR1 TR4 Destination Measure 001 299 114 Procedure Use the H and cursor keys to select the various parameters. Use the - and + keys, or numeric and ENTER keys to set the value of the selected parameter. After selecting the desired source pattern and track, the...

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Song Play Mode MENU Voic MENU vol Summary Adjusts the volume of the selected voice. Procedure Use the - and + or numeric and ENTER keys to select the desired volume level. Details A setting of 0 produces no sound while a setting of 99 produces maximum volume. The ability to independently adjust the volume of each voice makes it simple to set up the optimum balance or mix between parts. Song Play Mode MENU Voic MENU pb Summary Sets the available pitch bend range. Procedure Use the - and + or...

Reference Section

The QY10 FUNCTION MAP card accompanying this manual provides an easy way to access information about individual functions. Find the desired function on the function map, then simply refer to the indicated page of the manual. The QY10 has 76 basic backing patterns (pattern numbers 24 through 99) that let you make great music fast. The patterns each including rhythm, bass, and 2 chord tracks corresponding to the QY10 sequencer's backing tracks cover a wide variety of styles. Here's how you can...

Song Edit

BACKING INSERT EDIT 64 CBR INSERT EDIT 66 Song Play Mode MENU Edt The arrows at the right and left of the above displays indicate that another display page is available and can be accessed by moving the cursor past the end of the current page in the indicated direction. Summary Change edit (chg) allows note, program change, pitch bend, and sustain data to be changed or deleted as required. Measure 001 299 Beat 1 16 Clock 00 23 Event C-2 G8, PC, PB, SUS, TOP*, END Gate Time 01 99 Velocity 01 128...

Voice Mode

VOICE ASSIGN 84 VOLUME 85 PITCH BEND RANGE 86 OUTPUT ASSIGN 87 Song Play Mode MENU Voic Settings Track TR1 TR4, CI (chord 1), CII (chord 2), BS (bass), RT (rhythm) Voice Number V01 V32 Voice Name Max. 8-character voice name Procedure Use the CURSOR keys to locate the cursor under the track or voice number parameter, then use the + and - keys to set as required. The numeric and ENTER keys can also be used to enter the voice number. Details The selected voice can be monitored by playing the...

Pattern Playback

Summary Allows playback of any of the QY10's 99 patterns. Measure 1 8 Pattern Number 00 99 Pattern Name 8 characters Chord Chord root x 20 chord types Tempo T030 T250 Procedure Use the CURSOR keys or function keys to move the underline cursor to the desired parameter, then use the - and + keys, or the numeric and EN Press the sequencer key to start playback, and the sequencer key to stop playback. The micro-keyboard and chord type keys can be used to change the chord of the pattern enter the...

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, - ,.,, ____________, ___1 Number of measures Time signature Start measure Song Play Mode MENU Job 3 ENTER ENTER Summary Creates the specified number of blank (rest) measures on all tracks starting at the specified measure number. The time signature of the created measures can also be specified. Time signature 1 8 4, 1 16 8, 1 16 16 Procedure Use the M and cursor keys to select the various parameters. Use the - and + keys, or numeric and ENTER keys to set the value of the selected parameter....

About The Manual

The QY10 manual is divided into two sections Tutorials this section , and Reference. The Tutorials Section This is the section you should start with. The Tutorials section provides step-by-instructions covering a few of the most basic QY10 operations, and is designed to get you familiar with the QY10 in the shortest possible time. The Tutorials section will teach you how to Play back the demonstration songs. Select the pattern mode and listen to the preset patterns. Select the voice mode and...

Note

Function Map For Yamaha Qy10

Entry 47 insert edit 62 Numeric keys 16 Output assignment 87 Overdub record 56 PATT key change edit 106 insert edit 107 mode 99,23 name 115 23 numbers, backing insert edit 65 numbers, backing step record 53 numbers, CBR insert edit 66 numbers, CBR step record 55 overdub record 103 98 record standby 101 step record 102 creating an original 34 preset 20 21, 99 100 PHONES jack insert range 11,8, 13 13 insert CBR insert edit 67 Put parts 114 Quantization 72 Quantize parts 110 Quantize note...

Power Supply

Your QY10 Music Sequencer will run either from batteries or an AC adapter both sold separately. Follow the instructions below according to the power source you intend to use. Six 1.5V AA size SUM-3 or R6P or equivalent alkaline batteries sold separately must first be installed in the battery compartment. 1. Open the battery compartment cover located on the instrument's bottom panel by sliding it in the direction of the arrow. 2. Insert the six batteries, being careful to follow the polarity...

The Controls Connectors

Slide to the ON position to turn the power on. Always turn the POWER switch OFF when the QY10 is not in use to prevent unnecessary wear on the batteries. The DC output cable from an optional Yamaha PA-IB or PA-3 AC Adapter can be connected here to power the QY10 when the batteries are depleted, or simply to reduce wear on the batteries when an AC outlet is handy. When the AC Adapter is used the batteries are automatically disconnected. In addition to allowing input from an external MIDI...

Recording The Sequencer Tracks

In the previous section we created a short example of an accompaniment. In this section we'll record a lead line to go along with the accompaniment on one of the QY10's Start by assigning the marimba voice to track 1. From the song mode press the MENU key and then the Voic function key to select the voice mode Reference, page 84 . If TR1 is not already showing at the left of the display, move the cursor to the track parameter and select TR1 using the - and keys. Then, with the cursor under the...

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The underline cursor should be under the beat parameter if it isn't use the CURSOR lt and or . keys to locate it under the 2 on the display . Press the key once to move ahead to the 3rd beat of the 5th measure. 10. Now enter the G7 G seventh chord by pressing the G key on the micro-keyboard, the 7 9 key, and then the ENTER key. 11. Press the sequencer key to go to the top of the 6th and last measure, then enter the final C chord by pressing the C key and ENTER key. That...

Creating An Accompaniment

The first step in programming any sequence will usually be to create an appropriate accompaniment using the QY10 BACKING tracks. If you simply want to create an accompaniment to play your guitar or other instrument along with, this may be all you'll need to do. To get you started, let's create a short 6-measure example consisting of a 2-measure introduction and a 4-measure pattern with a simple I-IIm7-V7-I C - Dm7 - G7 - C progression. 1. Make sure you're in the song mode press the SONG key if...

Pattern Record Standby

Summary Allows the step or overdub record mode to be used to record a new pattern or add new material to an existing pattern. The display parameters allow selection of the measure from which to begin recording, the tempo at which to record, the time signature of a new track to be recorded, the track to be recorded, and the total number of measures to be recorded. Tempo T030 T250, external clock . Time Signature 1 4 8 4, 1 8 16 8, 1 16 16 16. Record Track CI chord 1 , CII chord 2 , BS bass , RT...

Music Sequencer

IMPORTANT NOTICE DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product. 2. IMPORTANT When connecting this product to accessories and or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow...