Casio celviano ap 45
this is non profit use video,all music rights belongs to original composers;-)CASIO AP 45 PRESET SOUNDS WITH CASIO CHORUS, REVERB,BRILLIANCE ON 5 AND YAMAHA AW 16 G EQUALIZER.Demo songs 1.Jeanny-Falco 2.Show me way to go home-Emerson Lake & Palmer 3.You can leave your hat on-Joe Cocker 4.You are so beautiful-Joe Cocker 5.You are the sunshine of my life-Stevie Wonder 6.Addams Family soundtrack 7.Toccata and Fugue d-minor J.S.Bach 8.Who wants to live forever-Queen 9.All my love-Led Zeppelin 10.Tebe poem-Stevan Mokranjac 11.Hallelujah-G.F.Handel 12.Bad-Michael Jackson 13.Pink Panther-H.Mancini 14.Got a match-Chick Chorea 15.Upali svetlo-Aca Lukas 16.Good thing-Fine Young Canibals 17.I Just died on your arms tonight-Cutting Crew Description: With brand new Dual Wave stereo samples, courtesy of the ZPI sound source, the AP-45 contains all of the features any discerning pianist would desire from a digital piano. The wonderfully rounded sound is delivered via a 2-way speaker system, housed within an elegant cabinet design you would expect from a piano within the Celviano range. Touch Response 3 sensitivity levels, off 1 tracks x 1 songs, up to 2,500 notes, real time recording
By Eddie Landsberg on May 29, 2006 There was a time when no self respectable Middle Class American family would have a living void of some musical instrument, especially a piano - - whether or not it was actually played, tuned, or merely used to hold photographs. - - Today, that space has been claimed for the most part by what`s know as the HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, and understandably so, because perhaps 30 or 40 years ago the only reason people played the piano in the first place was to combat pre-cable TV, VCR and internet boredome and when the kids grew up and everyone found better things to do it would never get played anyway. I say this because the fact that the piano has gone missing from most homes is a sad thing for those who like to play it... but interesting because now people who are likely to buy a piano may very well do so because they want one that actually suits their playing purposes (not merely matches with the furniture and proves how big a piano they can afford!) - - and luckily the digital keyboard manufacturers realize this. For this reason, not only do I believe that a digital piano with a nice sound, realistic feel and the option of wearing headphones when its played late at night IS actually a really great choice to make for a good home piano (especially if you don`t have the space or money for a baby grand.) I was particularly impressed with the AP-45 because not only is its sound compatible with the home console I came up playing, it actually sounds and feels better than many of the home consoles I grew up playing as a kid. (*you have to rememeber that back in the days the smaller pianos often had a muffled sound and not as good touch as the better and more expensive store models - - and if you came from a family that skimped on tuning and maintenence you had to deal with other problems as well, including the dreaded broken/slipped dampers!) As for the CASIO name - - I am amazed. When I was a kid, we used to go to stores like Korvets, K-Mars and Sears and CASIO was synonomous with department store JUNK electronics... A few months ago, I was trying out the floor models (at K`s Denki in Tokyo where I now live) and was amazed that the Casios were blowing away all the other consoles (within their price range.) Though most sounded pretty much the same, the area that CASIO seems to have beaten them out on was overall feel and response. For those of you seeking a digital piano that has the same basic features of a piano (not a home organ, electone or midi keyboard), a great feel, nice living room look and pretty good sound I would definitely conclude the AP-45 is definitely a great option... (And since I`ve been playing since I was 5 and I`m a pro musician and isntructor, I`d hope I`d know!) 0Comment | 61 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you?
Using the Song Memory Recording In addition to recording notes as they are played on the keyboard, you can also record to one track while playing back from the other track. The following procedures cover each of these operations. SONG MEMORY RECORD TRACK A... Playback Use the following procedure to play back from song memory. To play back from song memory Press the SONG MEMORY button. • This causes the indicator lamp above the button to light. Press the TRACK button of the track you want to play back (A or B). Page 26: Using Demo Tunes, Playing The Demo Tunes In Sequence, Playing A Specific Demo Tune Using Demo Tunes This digital piano comes with 16 built-in demo tunes, each of which features one of the built-in tones. Playing the Demo Tunes in Sequence To play the demo tunes in sequence Press the MUSIC LIBRARY button to start demo tune play. Using Music Library Once you select one of the 50 built-in Music Library tunes, you can cut either the left-hand or right-hand part (primo and secondo part for duet tunes) and play along on the keyboard. You can adjust the tempo to play along at the pace that’s comfortable for you, and you can use the metronome to help you keep in time. Using Music Library NOTE • When you press the MUSIC LIBRARY button, the number of the song that was selected the last time you used the Music Library appears first. • You can change the tempo of playback after you select a tune. To use Part Lesson Press the PART L or PART R button to select the part you want to play on the keyboard. • Pressing either button causes the indicator above the other button to go out. ITo practice the right-hand (or primo) part, press the PART R button. Keyboard Settings Using Touch Select This setting lets you adjust the touch of the keyboard to suit your own playing style. This means you can select a stronger touch for those with powerful hands, and a lighter touch for beginners and anyone else with less strength. Use the keys shown below to change the Touch Select setting. Page 31: Adjusting The Tuning Of The Digital Piano, Temperament Adjusting the Tuning of the Digital Piano You can adjust the overall tuning of the digital piano for play along with another instrument. You can adjust tuning within a range of ±50 cents* from A = 440.0Hz. Use the keyboard keys noted below to adjust the tuning of the digital piano. Keyboard Settings Select a root by pressing one of the keys in the range shown in the illustration below. Remember to keep the SETTING button depressed. • The note for the keyboard key you press is applied as the root. If you press key F becomes F. Using Baroque Pitch During the Baroque Era, standard pitch (A the modern standard. The Baroque pitch setting of your digital piano lets you play Baroque era music at the pitch it was written for. Use the keys shown below to change the Baroque pitch setting. MIDI What is MIDI? MIDI is a standard for digital signals and connectors that allows musical instruments, computers, and other devices, regardless of manufacturer, to exchange data with each other. MIDI Connections Connecting your computer or other external MIDI device to the digital piano’s MIDI IN/OUT terminals makes it possible for them to exchange MIDI messages and record and playback keyboard notes on the connected device. Page 35: Sending Song Memory Playback Data, Turning Local Control On And Off, Midi Data Notes Sending Song Memory Playback Data You can send song memory playback as MIDI data. The send channel used depends on the keyboard channel setting, as shown in the table below. Keyboard Play Keyboard main tone data Keyboard Channel Keyboard layer tone data Keyboard Channel + 1* Keyboard split tone data Keyboard Channel + 2*... MIDI Tone Change Data (Program Change) A program number is data used for tone selection. Program numbers come in handy when using the tones of this digital piano to play MIDI data received from an external sequencer or other MIDI device. When the program number received from another devices does not match one of the built-in tones of this digital piano, however, the tone change is ignored and play continues without a tone change. 1. Move VOLUME slider more towards the MAX side. 2. Disconnect the headphones from the digital piano. Contact your CASIO Service Provider for replacement of the lithium battery. Delete the data recorded in the other track. Return the temperament setting to equal temperament, or turn power off and then back on again. Assembly Instructions CAUTION • Take particular care to avoid injury when installing legs and pedals, and when mounting the keyboard onto the stand. • When assembling, make sure that the sliding keyboard cover of the digital piano body is completely closed. If the cover is left open during assembly, it may close suddenly causing the fingers to be pinched between the digital piano body and cover. Figure 4 (Back) 2. Attach back panel C to the 4 brackets and crosspiece D. Note that the back panel C should be installed so it is in front of the 4 brackets (Figure 4). Use the two I screws, six F screws to secure the back panel in place (Figures 3 and 4). Assembly Instructions Connecting the Pedal Figure 8 Clip Position the pedal plug as shown in Figure 8 and insert it into the pedal connector on the bottom of the digital piano. Secure the pedal cable to the upright of the stand using the clips (Figure 8). Specifications All of the items in these specifications apply to the AP-45 and AP-45V, unless specifically noted otherwise. Models: Keyboard: Polyphony: Tones: Digital Effects: Demo Tunes: Song Memory: Music Library: Pedals: Other Functions: MIDI: Input/Output: Speakers: Power Supply: Power Consumption: Dimensions: Weight: •... Note that you will be charged separately for lithium battery replacement. • Note that CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any damages or losses or any claims by third parties arising from corruption or loss of data caused by malfunction or repair of the unit, or from battery replacement. Appendix/Apéndice Initial Power On Settings The table below shows the initial settings of the digital piano whenever power is turned on. Item Tone Digital Effect Reverb Chorus Layer Split Metronome Volume Tempo Beat Playback Track Touch Select Transpose Tuning Temperament Baroque Pitch Music Library Song Number... Appendix/Apéndice Ajustes iniciales al activarse la alimentación La tabla siguiente muestra los ajustes iniciales del piano digital siempre que se activa la alimentación. Item Sonido Efecto digital Reverberación Chorus Estratificador División Metrónomo Volumen Tempo Tiempo Pista de reproducción Selección de toque Transposición Afinación Temperamento... Music Library Tunes/Melodías de la biblioteca musical Tune Number/ Tune Name/Nombre de melodía Número de melodía Klavierbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach “Menuet” Invention No.1 Invention No.8 Invention No.13 Wohltemperierte Klavier I Praeludium 1 Goldberg-Variationen Aria Goldberg-Variationen Var.30 Sonata K.545 1st Mov. Sonata K.331 1st Mov.