Yamaha 9000 Pro Electronic Keyboard User Manual

The 9000Pro “Functions”
The 9000Pro “Functions”
166 Reference
Utility Settings
The explanations here apply to step #3 of the Basic Procedure on page 158.
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Select this to display the system
information of the 9000Pro.
This determines whether all wave data that was in
the wave RAM memory when the power was previ-
ously turned off will be automatically reloaded from
disk when the 9000Pro power is turned on.
This determines whether the MIDI
bank select and program change
numbers for each voice will be shown
along with the voice number and
name on the voice list display.
This indicates the maximum number of
notes currently being played. This can be
useful in checking whether the maximum
polyphony has been exceeded in songs
or styles. The maximum value is 126 (the
9000Pros maximum polyphony).
Please note that the polyphony of the
Plug-in Voices is not counted.
Press this to reset the Poly Counter to 0.
Setting this to ON enables the 9000Pro to read data much
faster from the oppy disk. This is done by use of built-in
cache memory. When a oppy disk is inserted and this is set
to ON, the 9000Pro automatically loads data to the cache
memory (even when you play the keyboard, accompaniment,
Multi Pads, etc.). All data is then read directly from the cache
memory rather than the disk, vastly speeding up the reading
of oppy disk data.
This sets the volume of
the 9000Pro metro-
nome sound for
This sets the metronome on or
off during song playback.
This sets the metronome on or
off during song recording.
This allows you to set the drum
voice and the velocity which will
sound when the Tap function (page
72) is used.
This function can be used to lock
the specied parameters so that
they can only be changed via the
direct panel controls (i.e., not via the
Registration Memory, One Touch
Setting, Music Database, MIDI,
sequence data, etc.).
Lock (mark) or unlock (un-mark) the
selected parameter.
Select a parameter you
want to lock or unlock.