Owner's Manual (HP-505_HP-503_OM.pdf) - Roland

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Tone List

Piano–Grand

No. Tone Name Explanation

1 Concert

The sound of a splendid concert grand piano. This piano sound has our highest recommendation, and can be used for any style of

music.

2 Ballade A mellow grand piano sound, recommended for quiet songs.

3 Bright A brilliant grand piano sound, recommended when you want the piano to stand out in an ensemble.

4 Magical A charming sound that layers synth bells with Concert.

5 Pno+Str Strings layered with Concert.

6 Pno+Pad A pad layered with Concert.

7 Pno+Cho A choir layered with Concert.

8 Pure Pno A grand piano sound notable for its clarity.

9 Rock Pno A robust piano sound, recommended for boogie-woogie playing.

10 Ragtime A honky-tonk piano sound, recommended for ragtime playing.

Piano–Early

No. Tone Name Explanation

1 FortePno An early type of piano with a distinctive sound that’s somewhat different than today’s pianos.

2 MlwForte A mellow FortePno (Forte Piano) sound.

3 BrtForte A brilliant FortePno (Forte Piano) sound.

4 Dolcechd A dream-like sound that can sound like a piano or a harpsichord.

5 Harpsi A type of keyboard instrument widely used in Baroque music, producing a delicate sound.

6 Hpsd 8+4 The sound of a harpsichord layered with sound an higher octave.

E. Piano

Strings

Other

No. Tone Name

1 Trem EP

2 Pop EP

3 Vint EP

4 FM EP

5 EP Belle

6 '60s EP

7 Clav.

8 Stg Phsr

9 '70s EP

10 E.Grand

No.

Tone Name

1 SymphStr

2 Epic Str

3 Rich Str

4 Orch Str

5 Orchstra

6 Cham Win

7 Harp

8 Violin

9 Velo Str

10 Flute

11 Cello

12 Orch Brs

13 Pizz Str

14 Decy Str *

* Tones indicated by “*” are suitable for

playing layered with a piano tone.

No. Tone Name

1 Vib

2 Celesta

3 Jz Scat

4 SymphCho

5 Pipe Org

6 Nasn Flt

7 Jazz Org

8 Balad Or

9 Soft Pad

10 Harpvox

11 Nylon Gt

12 Steel Gt

13 Marimba

14 Mlt Isle

15 Mrng Lit

16 Balad Bl

17 Acordion

No.

Tone Name

26 Thum Vo

27 Gspl Spn

28 Full Stp

29 Melw Bar

30 Lite Org

31 Lowr Org

32 '60s Org

33 Glas Pad

34 Lunr Str

35 Dcy C.Pd *

36 Jazz Gt

37 Ac. Bass

38 Bass+Cym

39 Fingr Bs

40 Brs Sect

41 Alto Sax

42 Ten Sax

18 Church 1

19 Church 2

20 Aerl Cho

21 Angl Cho

22 Beau Vox

23 Fem Aahs

24 Male Aah

25 Decy Cho *

* Tones numbered 43 and higher are

accompaniment-use GM2 tones.

* In the tone group “Other” when you

hold down the [–] [+] buttons to switch

tone in succession, the tones will stop

changing at number 43 and number

52.

* To select the next sound, release the [–]

[+] buttons, then press it again.

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