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  1. I assume you mean a tone that can be used on other channels besides 1 or 2. No, because hex layer is the only way I could layer these sounds as one tone.
  2. Auto Accompany list

    http://support.casio.com/en/manual/manualfile.php?cid=008017041
  3. Some new waves were added in a firmware update early on, changing the list of waves by number. It's likely related to that. The wave number which was white noise is probably now the number for sawtooth, causing the name to display incorrectly but still sound like the original design with white noise. It's been years since I looked at the old list compared to the new, so that's my best recollection.
  4. Is there a difference between 560 and 560M

    PX-560M is the full model name. Sometimes the M is dropped when typing it, but they are the same.
  5. I'm not sure what's going on there. I'll try to find out something.
  6. Shine on you crazy....

    First few seconds of this?? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SqFPNTBnv8 Synth strings 1. Make sure to hit the correct keys needed for that big G minor chord. It spans several octaves. Use octave buttons. Edit the tone for a little slower attack and release and lower cutoff a little for less synthy sound.
  7. MT-640 Questions

    Welcome to the forums! Yes there were many models with that sound engine. Here is a video Casio shipped with some CT series Tone Bank models in 1989. You'll hear some sounds from the MT-640.
  8. swell, volume, expression PX5s

    Technically both pedal inputs can do volume. It's just that they are based on a switch type pedal that triggers a volume swell or dip rather than a continuous control. As for your original question, of course an analog volume pedal can be inserted between the PX and amp, just keep in mind that a setup like that will control volume for everything, not just one layer of sounds.
  9. PX-560 Tutorials

    Yes. Nearly all of that will apply to the MZ series. The MZ series adds more features so think of these as "the basics".
  10. The CT-X range!

    As soon as they become available I will add them to the pinned topic for manuals. Keep checking it for updates. Manuals in Japanese were just released so it's only a matter of time before they finish the English versions.
  11. Mixer bugs?

    Ahh yes. That was corrected in one of the early firmware updates.
  12. Mixer bugs?

    Can you elaborate?
  13. Genius video and product on so many levels. Why would any keyboard player not want one of these? If all you did was play the grand piano sound or EP as a portable jam session instrument, it's well worth the low price. But it has way more than that for being creative beyond belief. You could hook this up to a DAW and lay down some really impressive recordings with this. And, portamento at $175.....wow.
  14. PX-5S MIDI Output & Zones

    Please start another topic for your question.
  15. Alternate Power

    It can't be powered from USB. Do you have AA batteries to put in the PX-5S? That's probably the easiest.
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