Yamaha CP5 Electronic Keyboard User Manual

2 CP5/CP50 Reference Manual
Reference Guides
Reference Guides
Your CP5 or CP50 stage piano comes with three different reference guides — the Owner’s Manual, the Reference Manual
(this document), and the Data List. While the Owner’s Manual is packaged together with the stage piano as a hardcopy
booklet, this Reference Manual and the Data List are provided as pdf documents on the bundled CD-ROM.
Owner’s Manual (hardcopy booklet)
The Owner’s Manual describes how to set up your CP5 or CP50 and how to perform basic operations.
Reference Manual (this pdf document)
This Reference Manual describes the internal design of your CP5 or CP50 and the various parameters that can be
adjusted and set.
Data List (pdf document)
The Data List document provides a list of all CP5 or CP50 presets (or Performances); a breakdown of the types of Modu-
lation Effect and Power-Amplifier / Compressor
blocks available for selection; a list of the parameters that can be set for
each of these blocks; and MIDI-related reference material. (
: CP5 only)
Using this Reference Manual
The first page of the section Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 contains a block diagram illustrating the vari-
ous components of your stage piano’s sound production system, and by clicking any of the arrows within
this diagram, you can conveniently jump to a description of the corresponding component.
Using the tabs along the right side of each page from the Reference section, you can easily access details
regarding the parts making up each Performance and the various setting areas opened by pressing buttons
on the control panel. These tabs also serve as a useful means of quickly getting to grips with the internal
design of your CP5 or CP50 and with how the various setting areas and control-panel buttons are related to
each other. Furthermore, you can also click on the Internal Design of the CP5 & CP50 and Appendix tabs at
the top and bottom of the list to jump to the corresponding sections.
You can click on any page number from the Table of Contents or within descriptive text to jump to the corre-
sponding page.
By clicking on items or topics you would like to read about from the Bookmarks index on the left of the main
pdf display window, you can jump to the corresponding page. (Click the Bookmarks tab in the top-left corner
to open this index if it is not already displayed.)
For information on a specific topic, function, or feature, select Find or Search from the Adobe Reader Edit
menu and enter a keyword to locate the related information anywhere within this document.
NOTE The most-recent version of Adobe Reader can be downloaded from the following web page.
NOTE The names and positions of menu items may vary depending on the version of Adobe Reader being used.
• The illustrations and LCD screens as shown in this manual are for instructional purposes only, and may appear
somewhat different from those on your instrument.
•The company names and product names in this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.