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  1. Looks like all the organ sounds are programmed with the modulation effect when using the modulation wheel which makes it all sound wrong and pretty bad. And also, if I want to change the effect to rotary it is not available for the mod wheel. And the Vibrato/Chorus only available if an organ sound is on the Upper 1 only. So, based on that. Is it possible to globally change the modulation effect for all the organs to rotary or at least Vibrato/Chorus? And also be able to have those effect available even when an organ sound is not only on Upper 1 zone? Thank you!
  2. Casio CDP 230 R

    Can anyone tell me how to set up Leslie, modulation effects on my CDP 230 R for the organ sounds?
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    An acoustic piano with rotary effect, in the style of Pink Floyd's "Echoes".