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Switches

The console has several button controls for use during live performance. Some of these buttons control additional sounds, such as the engine; other buttons control or trigger functions, such as the Combination Action or the temporary removal/restoration of reed stops.

Console page switches

The following picture shows the switches of the Console Page highlighted.

   
Switch
Effect
Top
8/P
General combination for the pedal only
T/P
General tutti for the pedal only
TT
General tutti for the whole organ
-Z
Disable all reeds
Motor
Turns the organ engine on/off
Left side of the manuals
8/V
General combination for the 5th manual only
8/IV
General combination for the 4th manual only
8/III
General combination for the 3rd manual only
8/II
General combination for the 2nd manual only
8/I
General combination for the 1st manual only
S
Set button for the combination action
Right side of the manuals
 
 
 
 
 
T/V
General tutti for the 5th manual only
T/IV
General tutti for the 4th manual only
T/III
General tutti for the 3rd manual only
T/II
General tutti for the 2nd manual only
T/I
General tutti for the 1st manual only
ø
General cancel (resets the organ, all stops off)

 

Center/Left/Right page switches

The following picture shows the switches of the Center Page highlighted. Equivalently labeled controls on the Left and Right pages are also present.

 
Switch
Effect
1st row (top)
Schw. Ped. Dir.
Changes the operation direction of the swell pedal.
2nd row
Prog. 1
Activates the 1st crescendo program
Prog. 2
Activates the 2nd crescendo program
Prog. 3
Activates the 3rd crescendo program
Motor
Turns the organ engine on/off
Traktur
Turns the keyboard and tracker noises on/off
Taste
Turns to stop switch noises on/off
3rd row
Tutti
Activates the Tutti combination (reversible)
Crescendo ab
Disables the crescendo
Zungen ab
Disables the reed
16’ Man., 32’ Ped. ab
Disables all 16’ stops from the manual and 32’ stops on the pedal
4th row
ø
General cancel (resets the organ, all stops off)
5th row
labeled switches
Disables the selected reed stop independently one-by-one

The Crescendo pages have a separate Prog > labeled switch, which is used to advance the frame of the crescendo program with a single button. This may be useful when you assign controls on your organ console.

The Motor button will optionally turn on sounds of the organ motors. The virtual instrument, however, allows you to play all stops without any motor noise at all, allowing the creation of super-high-quality totally noise-free recording, something that is (naturally) not even achievable on the real instrument. For those seeking ultimate realism, just turn on the motors!

The Tutti button is reversible, meaning that pressing it again will disengage the Tutti combination.