Thomann voyager keyboard 1


  • Page 1 SP 5600 portable grand keyboard user manual…
  • Page 2 Musikhaus Thomann Thomann GmbH Hans-Thomann-Straße 1 96138 Burgebrach Germany Telephone: +49 (0) 9546 9223-0 E-mail: [email protected] Internet: www.thomann.de 30.05.2016, ID: 378054…
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    7.9 Resetting user settings………………..27 7.10 Deleting stored recordings………………27 7.11 Reset to factory defaults………………27 Operating……………………..28 8.1 Piano mode……………………28 8.2 Transposing……………………28 8.3 Playing demo sequences………………. 28 8.4 Style playing……………………28 8.5 Playing songs……………………29 8.6 Metronome……………………29 SP 5600…


  • Page 4 Table of contents 8.7 Tempo……………………..29 8.8 Mixer……………………..30 8.9 Selecting voices ………………….30 8.10 Dual mode……………………31 8.11 Split mode……………………31 8.12 TWINOVA……………………32 8.13 Harmony mode………………….32 8.14 Chord detection………………….33 8.15 Chord dictionary………………….37 8.16 Auto Accompaniment………………..39 8.17 Accompaniment track volume, muting………….
  • Page 5: General Information

    Our products are subject to a process of continuous development. Thus, they are subject to change. 1.1 Further information On our website (www.thomann.de) you will find lots of further information and details on the following points: Download This manual is also available as PDF file for you to download.

  • Page 6: Symbols And Signal Words

    General information Instructions The individual steps of an instruction are numbered consecutively. The result of a step is indented and highlighted by an arrow. Example: Switch on the device. Press [Auto]. ð Automatic operation is started. Switch off the device. Cross-references References to other locations in this manual are identified by an arrow and the speci‐…


  • Page 7: Safety Instructions

    Decrease the volume level immediately if you experience ringing in your ears or hearing impairment. NOTICE! Operating conditions This device has been designed for indoor use only. To prevent damage, never expose the device to any liquid or moisture. Avoid direct sunlight, heavy dirt, and strong vibrations. SP 5600…

  • Page 8 Safety instructions NOTICE! External power supply The device is powered by an external power supply. Before connecting the external power supply, ensure that the input voltage (AC outlet) matches the voltage rating of the device and that the AC outlet is pro‐ tected by a residual current circuit breaker.
  • Page 9: Features

    Reverb, Chorus and Sustain effects Master EQ Sequencer Accompaniment and recording function Learning function and chord library Split and duo mode Metronome Transpose function Built-in speakers USB port Automatic shutoff Sustain pedal, music stand and 12 V power adapter included SP 5600…

  • Page 10: Assembly Instructions

    Assembly instructions Assembly instructions Unpack and carefully check that there is no transportation damage before using the unit. Keep the equipment packaging. To fully protect the device against vibration, dust and moisture during transportation or storage use the original packaging or your own packaging material suitable for transport or storage, respectively.


  • Page 11: Connections And Controls

    Connections and controls Overview 1 Built-in speakers. 2 Music stand holder. 3 Control panel with function keys and display. 4 Claviature with 88 keys. 5 2 × connection sockets for headphones. 6 Pitch bend wheel for changing the pitch. SP 5600…

  • Page 12 Connections and controls Operating panel 7 Button to turn the device on and off. 8 [VOLUME] Rotary volume control. 9 [STYLE] Single button function: direct Style selection. Button function while pressing the [SHIFT] button: [MIXER] To open the Mixer menu. [FUNCTION] To open the Function menu.
  • Page 13 24 [DEMO] Calling Demo mode. 25 [SONG] Calling Song mode. 26 Jog dial for selecting functions, parameters and values. | [YES]: Increasing parameter selection and displayed value by one. | [NO]: Decreasing parameter selection and displayed value by one. SP 5600…
  • Page 14 Connections and controls 28 [VOICES] Single button function: direct Voice selection. Button function while pressing the [SHIFT] button: [DUAL] Enabling / disabling Dual mode (Layer function). [LOWER] Enabling / disabling Lower mode (Split function). [TOUCH] Opening the menu to adjust the touch sensitivity of the keyboard. [DSP] Turning digital effects on and off.

  • Page 15 Output socket for connecting the device to an amplifier, stereo system, mixer or recording device (1/4" phone jack). 40 [AUX IN] Input socket for connecting an external audio device (e.g. MP3 or CD player) (1/4" phone jack). 41 [MIC] Input socket for connecting a microphone. 42 [DC IN] Connection for the power adapter. SP 5600…
  • Page 16: Connection Options

    Connection options Connection options Headphones To the left beneath the keyboard you find the headphones outlets 1 and 2. Connecting headphones (not supplied) to outlet 2 mutes the speakers. When using output 1 You hear the sound through headphones and speakers. External audio devices via AUX OUT Use the [AUX OUT] socket to connect the digital piano to an amplifier, stereo device, mixing console or recording device.

  • Page 17 Use the connection socket [SUSTAIN] to connect a sustain pedal to the device. Microphone Use the connection socket [MIC] to connect a microphone to the device. Pedal box You can connect a triple-pedal (Sustain, Sostenuto and Soft) to the device via the connection socket on the bottom of the unit. SP 5600…
  • Page 18: Turning The Keyboard On / Off, Setup

    Turning the keyboard on / off, setup Turning the keyboard on / off, setup 7.1 Turning the keyboard on / off Press the power button on the left of the operating panel to turn the device on and off. If the display does not light up after switching on the digital piano, check the power supply.


  • Page 19: Sustain Effect

    ð The icon ‘DSP’ appears on the display. Select the desired setting with the buttons [YES] and [NO] or with the jog dial. Press [SHIFT] and [DSP] simultaneously to turn the function off again. ð The ‘DSP’ icon goes out. SP 5600…

  • Page 20: Setting Up The Keyboard, Function Menu

    Turning the keyboard on / off, setup 7.7 Setting up the keyboard, Function menu Press the buttons [SHIFT] and [FUNCTION] simultaneously or [FUNCTION] to call up the Function menu. Select the desired sub menu using the buttons [FUNCTION] or [FUNCTION] . You can then change the following parameters using the jog dial or the buttons [YES/+] and [NO/–].

  • Page 21: Fine Tuning

    Press [YES/+] and [NO/–] simultaneously to restore the split point standard value ‘F#3’ . In TWINOVA mode, the default split point is E3 (32) and can only be deter‐ mined by the user between C3 and C6 (28 to 64). SP 5600…

  • Page 22: Pedal Function

    Turning the keyboard on / off, setup 7.7.4 Pedal function With this function you can assign the pedal function. Use [FUNCTION] or [FUNCTION] to change into one of the menus ‘SPd’ (Sustain) or ‘UPd’ (Soft). The current setting appears on the display. Use the buttons [YES/+] or [NO/–] or the jog dial to assign the desired pedal function: Sustain pedal…


  • Page 23: Selection Harmony Setting

    ‘Country Trio’ ‘Block’ ‘4 Close 1’ ‘4 Close 2’ ‘4 Open, 1+5’ ‘Octave1’ ‘Octave2’ ‘Strum’ ‘Echo1’ ‘Echo2’ ‘Echo3’ ‘Echo4’ ‘Tremolo1’ ‘Tremolo2’ ‘Tremolo3’ ‘Tremolo4’ ‘Trill1’ ‘Trill2’ ‘Trill3’ ‘Trill4’ Press [YES/+] and [NO/–] simultaneously to load the standard value ‘Duet’ . SP 5600…

  • Page 24: Equalizer

    Turning the keyboard on / off, setup 7.7.6 Equalizer With this function you can pre-select a certain tone colour. Use [FUNCTION] or [FUNCTION] to change into the [EQ TYPE] menu. The current setting appears on the display. Use the buttons [YES/+] or [NO/–] or the jog dial to select the desired function: ‘Pop’…

  • Page 25: Chorus Effect

    ‘Midi In’ menu. The cur‐ rent setting appears on the display. Specify the desired MIDI receive channel with the buttons [YES/+] or [NO/–] or the jog dial. Press [YES/+] and [NO/–] simultaneously to reset channel selection to the standard value ‘ALL’ . SP 5600…


  • Page 26: Midi Send Channel

    Turning the keyboard on / off, setup 7.7.12 MIDI send channel With this function you can determine on which channel the keyboard sends MIDI information to other devices. Use [FUNCTION] or [FUNCTION] to change into the ‘Midi Out’ menu. The current setting appears on the display.

  • Page 27: Resetting User Settings

    Turn off the digital piano. When turning it back on again, keep the buttons [YES] and [NO] pressed. ð All user songs and settings are reset or deleted without further confirma‐ tion prompt. The display shows ‘Loading!’ . SP 5600…

  • Page 28: Operating

    Operating Operating 8.1 Piano mode Press [PIANO] to activate the Piano mode. The whole keyboard sounds with normal piano voice. 8.2 Transposing With this function you can adjust the pitch of the claviature in 12 semitone steps up or down. Press [SHIFT] and one of the [TRANSPOSE] buttons simultaneously.

  • Page 29: Playing Songs

    Press the two function buttons [TEMPO] during playback or with running met‐ ronome to adjust the desired tempo in a range from ‘30’ … ‘280’ . Press the function buttons [TEMPO] simultaneously to reset the tempo to the respective standard value. SP 5600…

  • Page 30: Mixer

    Operating 8.8 Mixer This menu is used to adjust the volume of the various style elements. Press [SHIFT] and one of the two function buttons [MIXER] simultaneously to open the Mixer menu. The display shows the last selected option, e.g. ‘Rhythm_s’…


  • Page 31: Dual Mode

    (second voice). ð The currently set second voice appears in the display. You now have the opportunity to play the digital piano with two different voices. Press the [LOWER] button again to exit Split mode. SP 5600…

  • Page 32: Twinova

    Operating 8.12 TWINOVA In TWINOVA mode, the keyboard is divided into two areas with the same voice and the same pitch. Select the desired voice, see Ä Chapter 8.9 ‘Selecting voices ’ on page 30. Press [SHIFT] and [TWINOVA] simultaneously to enter the TWINOVA mode. If necessary, specify a split point, see Ä…

  • Page 33: Chord Detection

    By default, the ‘Auto Bass Chord’ (A.B.C.) is disabled. Press the button [CHORD MODE] to activate the function. The area to the left of the split point is already known as the chord area. When you now play a chord, both bass and chord voices will sound together. SP 5600…

  • Page 34 Operating As the A.B.C. chord detection is based on the root note of the chord, some chords that could be played according to the chord dictionary can not be detected by A.B.C., such as B6, B 6, B 6(9), B6(9), Baug, B aug, B m6, Bm6, Adim7, B…

  • Page 35 The chords are detected as single-finger chords. Multi-finger chords With this method, you can play chords with normal fingering within the capabili‐ ties of the auto accompaniment. Here we show you 32 chords using the example of C chords. SP 5600…
  • Page 36 Operating Chord basics A chord consists of three or more notes played together. The most commonly used chord is the triad consisting of three notes: Root, third and fifth of the corre‐ sponding scale. The C major chord for example is formed from the notes C (root), E (the third note of the C major scale), and G (the fifth note of the C major scale).
  • Page 37: Chord Dictionary

    If you play the right chord within three seconds, the next randomly generated chord name appears. If this does not happen, the individual notes of the chord in the notation system appear auto‐ matically in the display. SP 5600…

  • Page 38 Operating In the chord dictionary, the 12 root notes and 24 chord types are presented as fol‐ lows: Key names Root note Key names Root note Key names Chord type Key names Chord type M(9) 7(9) 7(13) m(9) dim7 m7(9) 7aug 7sus4 sus4…
  • Page 39: Auto Accompaniment

    The accompaniment starts as soon as you press a key in the chord area. If desired, you can use [FILL B] to insert fill measures as transition into main part ð The character ‘B’ is flashing on the display. Press the [INTRO/ENDING] button again to conclude the song with an Ending. SP 5600…


  • Page 40: Accompaniment Track Volume, Muting

    Operating 8.17 Accompaniment track volume, muting This function allows you to adjust the volume of the accompaniment track to the volume of the claviature or to mute the accompaniment track. Setting the accompaniment track volume Keep the [SHIFT] button pressed. Use the function buttons [ACCOMP] to adjust the accompaniment track volume in a range from 0 ……

  • Page 41: Performance Assistant

    Once the chord type is displayed, you can play a solo track with the white keys in this area. While playing, you also have the possibility to vary the chord played in the chord area. Rhythm area C This area includes the white keys C6 to G6 of the claviature. SP 5600…

  • Page 42: Piano Mode

    Operating Once the chord type is displayed, you can play a rhythm track with the white keys in this area. While playing, you also have the possibility to vary the chord played in the chord area. Shift D Key C7. Press this button to shift upwards. 8.20.2 PIANO mode After enabling the playing aid, use the [YES] or [NO] buttons or the jog dial to change…

  • Page 43 In this mode, it is only rated whether you hit the right notes, but not whether you play them at the right time. The practising song continues only when you play the right note. Press the [START/STOP] button, to start practising. After completing the exercise, you will learn the result. SP 5600…
  • Page 44: Recording Function

    Operating Lesson 3 — hitting the right notes at the right time. Press the [LESSON] button again to enter the Lesson mode 3. ‘LESSON 3’ appears on the display. In this mode, it is rated whether you play the right notes at the right time. The practising song continues only when both is correct.

  • Page 45: Recording

    MIDI functions MIDI stands for ‘Musical Instrument Digital Interface’ and represents the standard interface between a computer and electronic instruments. You can exchange MIDI data with other MIDI devices via the MIDI and USB interfaces of the digital piano. SP 5600…

  • Page 46: Usb Connection To A Computer

    Operating 8.24 USB connection to a computer Turn on the computer first. Connect the USB port on the rear panel of the digital piano using a standard USB cable (not included) to the USB port on your computer. Then turn the digital piano on. After a successful connection, the display of the digital piano shows ‘PCLink..’…

  • Page 47: Save Data To Usb Stick

    Use the jog dial to highlight the desired option and confirm with [YES]. Use the jog dial to highlight the desired file and confirm with [YES]. Confirm the confirmation prompt with [YES] to delete the data. You can cancel the process at any time with [NO]. SP 5600…

  • Page 48: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix 9.1 Song list Name Display Name Display Toccata Toccata Bridal March Bridal Carry Me Back To Old Virginny Virginny Can’t Help Fallin’ In Love InLove El Condor Pasa ElCondor Chanson Du Toreador Toreador Five Hundred Miles 500Miles Danny Boy DannyBoy Green Grass Of Home GreenGrs…

  • Page 49 Basic Tutorial Beyer Piano 66 Beyer66 Sonata No. 9 In D Piano Sonata No. 11 In A Sonata11 Old Folks At Home (Piano) OldFolk2 Prelude In C Prelude Basic Tutorial Beyer Piano The Scale BeyerG Of G Major SP 5600…
  • Page 50: Styles List

    Appendix Name Display Name Display Basic Tutorial Beyer Piano 70 Beyer70 Basic Tutorial Beyer Piano 73 Beyer73 Basic Tutorial Beyer Piano 72 Beyer72 Basic Tutorial Beyer Piano 74 Beyer74 9.2 Styles list Name Display Name Display 8BEAT 16Beat Funk 3 16BtFuk3 8Beat Ballad 8BtBld…

  • Page 51 Rock Shuffle RockShfl Euro Dance EuroDanc Rock&Roll 2 R’N’R1 Garage Garage BALLROOM SOUL & FUNK Tango 1 Tango1 Funk 1 Funk1 Spain Matador Matador Classic Funk ClasFunk Twist 1 Twist1 Jay R&B JayR&B Twist 2 Twist2 Gospel Swing GopSwing SP 5600…
  • Page 52 Appendix Name Display Name Display Gospel Gospel Bluegrass 2 Blugras2 Funk 2 Funk2 2/4 Country 2/4Cntry Electric Funk ElecFunk Country Quick Steps QuickStp Groove Funk GrooveFk Country Folk CntyFolk Rubber Funk RubberFk Country Shuffle CnyShufl Cool Funky ColFunky LATIN & LATIN DANCE Jazz Funk JazzFunk Samba 3…
  • Page 53 Pop3 March 1 March1 Pop 4 Pop4 Italian Polka ItaPolka Ballad 1 Ballad1 Slow Waltz SlwWltz Ballad 2 Ballad2 Waltz 1 Waltz1 Ballad 3 Ballad3 Waltz 2 Waltz2 Ballad 4 Ballad4 Waltz 3 Waltz3 6/8 Ballad 2 6/8Bld2 SP 5600…
  • Page 54: Voice List

    Appendix 9.3 Voice list Name Display Name Display PIANO Detuned Electric Piano 2 DetunEP2 Acoustic Grand Piano GrandPno Electric Piano E.Piano Acoustic Grand Piano 2 GrandPn2 Electric Piano 2 E.Piano2 Acoustic Grand Piano 3 GrandPn3 Electric Piano 3 E.Piano3 Acoustic Grand Piano (wide) GrandPnW Electric Piano 4 E.Piano4…

  • Page 55 Electric Guitar (jazz) JazzGtr Rock Organ 2 RockOrg2 Electric Guitar (jazz) 2 JazzGtr2 Rock Organ 3 RockOrg3 Electric Guitar (pedal steel) PedalGtr Church Organ ChurOrgn Electric Guitar (clean) CleanGtr Church Organ 2 ChurOrg2 Electric Guitar (clean) 2 CleanGt2 SP 5600…
  • Page 56 Appendix Name Display Name Display Electric Guitar (detuned clean) DetClnGt Synth Bass SynBass Mid Tone Guitar MidTonGt Synth Bass 2 SynBass2 Electric Guitar (muted) MutedGtr Synth Bass 3 SynBass3 Electric Guitar (muted) 2 MutedGt2 Synth Bass 4 SynBass4 Electric Guitar (funky cutting) FunkGt Warm Synth Bass WarmBass…
  • Page 57 JumpBrs2 BRASS Funny Funny Trumpet Trumpet Funny 2 Funny2 BRASS Trumpet 2 Trumpet2 Dark Trumpet DarkTrp Soprano Sax SprnoSax Trombone Trombone Soprano Sax 2 SprnSax2 Trombone 2 Trmbone2 Soprano Sax 3 SprnSax3 Trombone 3 Trmbone3 Alto Sax AltoSax SP 5600…
  • Page 58 Appendix Name Display Name Display Alto Sax 2 AltoSax2 Flute 3 Flute3 Alto Sax 3 AltoSax3 2 Flutes 2Flutes Tenor Sax TenorSax Recorder Recorder Tenor Sax 2 TenoSax2 Recorder 2 Recorde2 Tenor Sax 3 TenoSax3 2 Recorders 2Records Baritone Sax BariSax Pan Flute PanFlute…
  • Page 59 Analog Lead AnaLead Pan Pad 2 PanPad2 Big Lead BigLead Dipolar Pad DipolPad Fat Lead FatLead PWM Pad PWMPad PWM 4th Rezz4th Warmly Pad WarmlyPd Delayed Lead DelyLead Horn Pad HornPad Delayed Lead 2 DlyLead2 Click Pad ClickPad SP 5600…
  • Page 60 Appendix Name Display Name Display Analog Pad AnalogPd FX 7b (echo pan) EchoPan 80’s Poly Pad 80’sPoly FX 7a (echo bell) EchoBell PWM 4th Soft Rezz4thS FX 7a (echo bell) 2 EchoBel2 Synth Calliope Soft CalioLdS FX 7a (echo bell) 3 EchoBel3 Soft Vox SoftVox…
  • Page 61 BsStSlap Low Bongo LoBongo Breath Noise BrthNoiz Mute Hi Conga MuHiCnga Flute Key Click FlKeyClk Open Hi Conga OpHiCnga Seashore Seashore Low Conga LowConga Rain Rain Analog Hi Conga AnHiCnga Thunder Thunder Analog Mid Conga AnMiCnga Wind Wind SP 5600…
  • Page 62 Appendix Name Display Name Display Stream Stream COMBINED VOICE Bubble Bubble Stereo Piano & Strings Pad Pn&StrPd Bird Tweet Tweet Stereo Piano & Choir Pn&Choir Bird Tweet 2 Tweet2 Stereo Piano & Synth Strings Pn&SyStr Stereo Piano & Warm Pad Pn&WrmPd Horse Gallop HouseGlp…
  • Page 63: Demo List

    Fl&Ob&Cl Brush Set BrushSet Flute & Clarinet & Bassoon Fl&Cl&Bn Orchestra Set OrcheSet Flute & Oboe & Bassoon Fl&Ob&Bn SFX Set SFXSet 9.4 Demo list Name Display Demo1 Demo1 Demo2 Demo2 Bossa Nova BosaNova Fusion Fusion Jazz Jazz SP 5600…

  • Page 64: Midi Implementation Chart

    Appendix 9.5 MIDI implementation chart Function Sent Received Notes Basic Channel Default Changed 1-16 1-16 Mode Default Mode 3 Messages Mode 3 Altered *********** Note Number Note 0 – 127 0 – 127 True voice *********** 0 – 127 Velocity Note Note ON Yes, 9nH, Yes, 9nH,…

  • Page 65 Song Select Tune Request System Real Time Clock Commands No *1 No *1 Aux Messages Local ON/OFF Active Sensing System Reset MIDI channel modes POLY MONO OMNI ON Mode 1 Mode 2 OMNI OFF Mode 3 Mode 4 SP 5600…
  • Page 66: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Technical specifications Keyboard 88 weighted keys with hammer action Polyphony 128-voice Voices Styles Practising songs Demo songs Connections 2 × headphones (1/4" phone socket), AUX IN, AUX OUT, USB, MIDI OUT, MIDI IN, Microphone Speakers 2 × 10 W Operating supply voltage AC 230 V 50 Hz…

  • Page 67: Plug And Connection Assignment

    The result is a pure signal without any noise interference. 1/4" TS phone plug (mono, unbal‐ anced) Signal Ground, shielding 1/4" TRS phone plug (mono, bal‐ anced) Signal (in phase, +) Signal (out of phase, –) Ground SP 5600…

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