Yamaha 9000 Pro Electronic Keyboard User Manual

Using the Optional Plug-in Board
Using the Optional Plug-in Board
5 Press the [SLOT 1] button and select a voice group.
6 Select a voice.
7 Play the keyboard.
Up to a maximum of two Plug-in Boards can be installed to the 9000Pro (using
both SLOT 1 and SLOT 2), giving you access to an extraordinarily wide range
of sounds.
Plug-in Voices and Board Voices
For this example, [II] is
A single Plug-in Board can only
sound one part (one Plug-in
voice) at a time. This means
that the playing methods
described on page 17 (turning
parts R1 - R3 on simulta-
neously) and page 18 (turning
parts R and L on simulta-
neously) cannot be used, even
if you select the same slot’s
Plug-in Board voices for the R1
- R3 and L parts.
Press the corresponding buttons to
select the various pages.
Please note that even though a
Multi-Part Plug-in Board (e.g.,
PLG100-XG) can be used with
the 9000Pro, the voice list of
the slot corresponding to the
Multi-Part board cannot be dis-
played in the LCD.
See page 65 for details about
the Multi-Part Plug-in Board.
The included floppy disk features specially programmed data (such as effect
settings, etc.) for using the Plug-in Board Voices with the 9000Pro.
Before loading the disk data, the Board Voices (without any special
processing or programming) are divided into groups of ten and are
selectable from the PLUG-IN VOICE buttons [I] - [XI].
Once the data on the disk is loaded, you have a new set of voices,
programmed specifically for optimum use with the 9000Pro. For a list of
the available Plug-in Voices created with the data on the included floppy
disk, see page 204.
See pages 64 and 100
for details.
Use these buttons to call up the Plug-in
The Plug-in Voices area has 220
available spaces for voices. Voices can
be loaded from the included disk (using
the Plug-in Manager) or can be created
via the Plug-in Custom Voice creator
function (page 100).
Use this button to call up the
Board Voices. This allows you
to select any of the original
voices on the Plug-in Board.
See page 66
for details.
Plug-in Manager