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Found 33 results

  1. Organ for Hymns

    Hi, everybody. Can you share your favorite ORGAN setting (tones/drawbars) for hymns ? This is my favorite one :
  2. 9 Drawbar Organ

    File Name: 9 Drawbar Organ File Submitter: jaspeter File Submitted: 18 Oct 2013 File Category: PX-5S Stage Settings I'm just getting into the Hammond B-3 sound and I was really impressed with the 9 Layer Organ that Jimmyjames posted back in July. I started looking into the way the drawbars worked and found some pretty good pages on the net that have some of the more popular registrations. Unfortunately, you need 9 drawbars to do that and the way they were tied together in the 9 Layer Organ didn't allow you to adjust all of them independently. So, I wanted to build something that would allow me to experiment. This really won't be a performance Stage Setting as much as a "play around with" Stage Setting that you can then solidify into different presets as you find them. I really think that the key to pulling off a B-3 sound will be in presets because there aren't 30-some-odd drawbars on the PX-5S, for good reason! Here are some of the key notes you'll need to be aware of for this stage setting: Drawbars: There are nine "drawbars". On the Hammond, they are organized this way: 16' 5 1/3' 8' 4' 2 2/3' 2' 1 3/5' 1 1/3' and 1'. They are on the PX-5S as follows, respectively: ModWheel, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, K1, K2. Rotary effect: I like being able to experiment with these effects, so I moved them to K3. K4: This controls the volume of the percussion. More on that below. Pedal 1: This switches between 2nd percussion/slow decay and 3rd percussion/fast decay. I didn't think the 3rd harmonic sounded very nice when it suspended for too long, but you can adjust that as you like by editing the Stage Setting parameters. Pedal 2: This turns the percussion on and off. Percussion: I don't have a Hammond B-3 to sit next to, but I do have the internet! I found a good YouTube video in which some of the different sounds and registrations were isolated: . With the laptop plugged into the audio in port of the PX-5S (good thinking, Casio!) I played this video through the same speaker as the keyboard. True to some of the other articles I read, the percussion sounded quite marimba-like, so that's on the percussion channel (zone 3). The way the original organs were built, percussion only happened for the first note struck in a legato passage, i.e. as long as any keys were held down, no more percussion sounded. To duplicate this effect, I created a phrase that plays one single note, and then dummy-fill (with expression controller values) to extend the phrase for awhile. Percussion will repeat if you hold down a note long enough, but at a tempo of 20, it hadn't repeated after 2 minutes of sounding a note. I think that'll do. If you want to bypass this effect and have percussion strike every note, regardless of other keys held down, simply turn off the arpeggio button. You will also need the OrganPercuss phrase file in slot 910 for this feature to work. Click here to download this file
  3. Whiter Organ Hex Layer

    Version 1.0.0

    54 downloads

    Hex layer organ for playing Whiter shade of pale. 1 layer = Triangle Wave 1 to make the Sound stronger 2 layer = Perc Organ 1 Main Organ Sound 3 layer = Jazz Organ 2-2 Click Sound 1 4 layer = Rock Organ 1-2 Slow Rotation 5 layer = Rock Organ 1-1 Fast Rotation 6 layer = Perc Organ 4-2 second Click Try it out and tell me your opinion. Thx Karl-Heinz
  4. Composer Johann Pachelbel Performed by Sergey Slyutov Recorded April 29, 2017. Instruments - Casio Pipe Organ 1 and Strings. https://soundcloud.com/sergey-slyutov/fugue
  5. Bay's Organ

    Version 1.0.0

    53 downloads

    Built my own custom Organ Hex Layer Tone using all 6 Hex Layers. Basically combined several Organ Tones (plus a Voice) and edited the pitch and filter sections heavily. This is my own sound, not trying to be another sound, just a decent cool organ for pads mostly. This is a tone, so can create Stage setting with other 3 zones to add strings, piano or anything else. https://soundcloud.com/baymond-rell/bays-organ-custom-privia-pro-px-5s-tone-patch
  6. Bay's Organ

    Bay's Organ View File Built my own custom Organ Hex Layer Tone using all 6 Hex Layers. Basically combined several Organ Tones (plus a Voice) and edited the pitch and filter sections heavily. This is my own sound, not trying to be another sound, just a decent cool organ for pads mostly. This is a tone, so can create Stage setting with other 3 zones to add strings, piano or anything else. https://soundcloud.com/baymond-rell/bays-organ-custom-privia-pro-px-5s-tone-patch Submitter Walt from NC Submitted 04/27/2017 Category Organs  
  7. Detailed church organ

    Version 1.2

    492 downloads

    This is a 'real church' organ stagesetting. The goal was to create a detailed church organ sound, with not only the full power of the organ, but also the subtleties from blending different stops or retracting them. To get this to work you need to download the stagesetting 'CHURCHORG' I have added the separate hex layers also, eventhough they aren't necessary in order to function. The layers act as different organ stops. You can see the organ stops as different sounds which can be added to each other. Add layers (stops) by pulling down the sliders! The stops in this stagesetting: S1 -- 16' principal S2 -- 8' Flute S3 -- 4' principal -- the above first 3 stops are making a base layer S4 -- 3' mixture S5 -- 3' nazard S6 -- 8' trumpet -- these 3 above give a different blend to the mix K4 -- 8' voix céleste (slightly detuned sound, to create a wavering human voice effect). -- I consider the above stop a solo register, not to be used with all the rest together, which is why it's on knob4. However you can blend the voix céleste nice with the flute or the principals. K1 -- controls the amount of reverb. If you play in a church you wouldn't need reverb (but then again you'd have a real church organ, no?) Example: https://soundcloud.com/pieter-jan-lanssens/realistic-church-organ Stops used here: in the beginning a tutti (everything except voix celeste), then only voix celeste, then flutes. Was a quick record, without any rehearsal, it shows at the end :-).
  8. GREEN ONIONS

    GREEN ONIONS View File This stage setting is a try to reproduce that Booker T sound used in the famous Green Onions track. I have tuned a bit an old 6 drawbar stage setting uploaded on this forum few times ago. I changed the amp section, some parameters for the overdrive and volume layer. Hope you enjoy it! Stage setting is based on 4 zone: - Z1 and Z2 : HexLayer organ tone - Z3 : another organ tone to improve depth sound - Z4: click organ tone Controls: - Slider 1-6 : drawbar setting - Knob 1 : overdrive gain/level - Knob 2 : reverb - Knob 3 : Low EQ - Knob 4 : High EQ - Modulation Wheel : increase gain for another kind of overdrive, target is Z2 Submitter athomyk Submitted 04/12/2017 Category Organs  
  9. GREEN ONIONS

    Version 1.0.0

    55 downloads

    This stage setting is a try to reproduce that Booker T sound used in the famous Green Onions track. I have tuned a bit an old 6 drawbar stage setting uploaded on this forum few times ago. I changed the amp section, some parameters for the overdrive and volume layer. Hope you enjoy it! Stage setting is based on 4 zone: - Z1 and Z2 : HexLayer organ tone - Z3 : another organ tone to improve depth sound - Z4: click organ tone Controls: - Slider 1-6 : drawbar setting - Knob 1 : overdrive gain/level - Knob 2 : reverb - Knob 3 : Low EQ - Knob 4 : High EQ - Modulation Wheel : increase gain for another kind of overdrive, target is Z2 - Pedal 1/Damper : switch rotor velocity
  10. How to use sounds with a rotary pedal

    I have a Privia PX-3. The organ sounds that come with the PX-3 don't have a strong enough Leslie effect for me, so I want to use a rotary pedal (e.g., Lester K, Ventilator II, etc.) with the keyboard. I know how to connect and use a typical rotary pedal. However, I can't figure out how to edit the sounds on the PX-3 to remove as much of their built-in rotary effect as possible. Otherwise, a rotary pedal creates excessive Leslie effects by layering its Leslie sound on top of the patch's built-in Leslie sound. Is there a way to remove the Leslie effect on the organ patches in the PX-3? Or is there a way to build a Hammond-type patch from scratch on the PX-3? Thanks very much.
  11. Version 1.0.0

    55 downloads

    This is my Stage setting for PX-5S, designed to control the Galileo organ app. I have mapped it in the following way, so that the PX will control the following things in Galileo: Slider 1: Upper drawbar 16' Slider 2: Upper drawbar 51/3' Slider 3: Upper drawbar 8' Slider 4: Upper drawbar 4' Slider 5: Upper drawbar 22/3' Slider 6: Upper drawbar 2' Knob 1: Upper drawbar 13/5' Knob 2: Upper drawbar 11/3' Knob 3: Upper drawbar 1' Knob 4: Vibrato on/off Pitch bend wheel: Pitch bend Mod wheel: master volume. I have set this for a range from 50 - 100 (I anticipate using it at about 50 but it is early days yet. Be sure to adjust it if necessary to how you want it.) Pedal 1: Rotary fast/slow Pedal; 2: Rotary brake This is my first venture into the realm of midi, and also my first attempt to properly map organ controls. Please let me know if I need to make any changes - especially if I have left out something important. I hope to end up with the definitive Galileo controller at some point......... I also hope it may be of some use to you.
  12. Maybe I'm missing something, but I can not find how to assign the Rotary effect for Organ playing to the Modulation wheel. Going from Off to On, etc. For that matter, I can't find any of the "Editable DSP Parameters" on pages 34-35 of the manual like the "Drive Rotary," etc.... I'm getting concerned... anybody know how to do this? Either the Modulation wheel, or maybe a footswitch... but I'd prefer the Mod wheel so I can use an expression pedal with the organ. Thanks in advance for your help.
  13. Mojo Organ

    Version 1.0.0

    56 downloads

    This is a Stage Setting I created to use the PX-5S as a lower manual for my Crumar Mojo61. It is silent so that I don't have to turn down the volume on the PX-5S. Sliders 1-6 are the first six drawbars, Knobs 1-3 are the last three (usually don't use these on the lower manual of a Hammond anyway). Knob 4 is C/V selection, and Modulation controls Run/Stop on the rotary effect (because that's how I roll. It can easily be changed to Slow/Fast). I found I had to set the range of the output to 126-128 to split the switch between the two states evenly on the wheel.
  14. Mojo Organ

    Mojo Organ View File This is a Stage Setting I created to use the PX-5S as a lower manual for my Crumar Mojo61. It is silent so that I don't have to turn down the volume on the PX-5S. Sliders 1-6 are the first six drawbars, Knobs 1-3 are the last three (usually don't use these on the lower manual of a Hammond anyway). Knob 4 is C/V selection, and Modulation controls Run/Stop on the rotary effect (because that's how I roll. It can easily be changed to Slow/Fast). I found I had to set the range of the output to 126-128 to split the switch between the two states evenly on the wheel. Submitter Joe Muscara Submitted 06/05/2016 Category Miscellaneous
  15. Galileo organ (on ipad) controller View File This is my Stage setting for PX-5S, designed to control the Galileo organ app. I have mapped it in the following way, so that the PX will control the following things in Galileo: Slider 1: Upper drawbar 16' Slider 2: Upper drawbar 51/3' Slider 3: Upper drawbar 8' Slider 4: Upper drawbar 4' Slider 5: Upper drawbar 22/3' Slider 6: Upper drawbar 2' Knob 1: Upper drawbar 13/5' Knob 2: Upper drawbar 11/3' Knob 3: Upper drawbar 1' Knob 4: Vibrato on/off Pitch bend wheel: Pitch bend Mod wheel: master volume. I have set this for a range from 50 - 100 (I anticipate using it at about 50 but it is early days yet. Be sure to adjust it if necessary to how you want it.) Pedal 1: Rotary fast/slow Pedal; 2: Rotary brake This is my first venture into the realm of midi, and also my first attempt to properly map organ controls. Please let me know if I need to make any changes - especially if I have left out something important. I hope to end up with the definitive Galileo controller at some point......... I also hope it may be of some use to you. Submitter Knuckles Submitted 03/01/2016 Category Miscellaneous
  16. Hi all, I have just ordered an iPad to use with Casio px5 to solve 2 big (for me) problems with casio: the monophonic mode with synth and the weak organ sound engine. for organ I think I'll use App Galileo, or maybe the hammond in Garageband, I'll have to try. For synth I want to know what app do you use for reliable, solid use in LIVE gigs (not amateur use at home). It's fundamental that the synth have mono/legato option, poly mode, and that I can change preset throught midi program change from casio and that it can work on only one midi channel. I already bought animoog with black friday sales, thinking that changing preset throught program change was a common feature in all app synth, but I was wrong..it doesn't do it (for me, unbelieveble) I want to know some app synth with this features and that doesn't get no issues with nothing. I'm looking to sunrizer and magellan (I prefer the second for sound), but I want to know if someone of you use them in live use and if there is any problems. or any other app suggestions? I want to link the mini jack out of iPAd to mini jack in of casio, is there any problem? I read that the output of iPad is a bit low, can I balance its audio with casio audio with line in Gain, or there is too much difference and have to further boost the ipad signal? Thank you for the replies
  17. I had a dream.

    Last night I had a dream I dreamed of playing a piano and loved it, Then I played an organ and also loved it the dream made me happy cause for some reason I knew it was a Casio .
  18. vintage keys

    hi, good people! look ,I' m love with vintage keys sound, alright? i guess thats not a problem, can i go on?... ok how good are xwp1 vox continental and rhodes/ep ? can a good soul show them on youtube? please? I own a ctk7000 (good hamonds and ok ep ) perhaps i would buy a xw p1 if them vox and rhodes are good.... Thanks and keep the vibes hight!!!
  19. Good nights. I would like to make a suggestion for Casio product developers, and it's to create a basic keyboard aimed to the kind of people who just wants to play and doesn't need a multi track recorder or rythms at all. That keyboard should be centered on the quality of sounds without needing to have 200 sounds, I mean that with two dozens or so you could do really well (if they're well choosen), and not having features as the rythms or multi track recorder would probably make it cheaper to build. If it were designed retro style, maybe even with real wood (or at least a looking like wood finish) with powerful integrated speakers (20>X>10 W RMS) and with a 5 octaves manual with two sets of drawbars, one like the Hammond B3 from the current CTK7200 series and the other a newly developed one based on (or sampled from) the legendary Vox Continental. Put this together and include some of the sounds of the CTK series like the piano, harpsichord, a couple more organs (a Farfisa, one sounding like Deep Purple's Wring that neck organ, one for church, one for gospel...), strings, brass and a synth and you'll have a winner (you could even reverse the black and white keys colour as in the original Continental, to have a damm sexy winner): Have you, Casio marketers, noticed that actually there's no under 1000 € keyboard offering Vox Continental sounds? That's the keyboard used by The Doors, The Animals, Iron Butterfly, The Monkees and several other classic bands from the sixties and seventies. Korg (the owners of Vox) have their PA50SD which costs around 700 € in Spain and has one Vox Continental sound (called Vox Legend) and that's just ONE sound. For true Continental sounds with the 4 original Vox drawbars you gotta go to Nord and spend a minimum of 1600 €! With the Hammond drawbars you can cover Booker T & the MGs, Jimmy Smith, Procol Harum's Whiter shade of pale, or Gainsbourg's Je t'aime among many other classics (by the way I wonder why there's no preset for that so sought after sounds on the CTK7200 when it could be so easy to have those preconfigured), but you're missing a lot. If Casio could do the same they did for the Hammond like drawbar organ on the CTK7200 for the Vox Continental they will kick Yamaha, Roland and several others out of the under 1000 € market and make history on business industry, Casio will monopolize that classic sixties sounds and be the only one option to choose when looking after it. Just an idea.
  20. PinbalEP2Pad

    Version 1

    202 downloads

    PinballEP2Pad this is the stage setting that i made for my tune called "Pinball Blues" and I used it on the Casio booth live stream on SXSW 2014 in Austin TX. Stage Setting tha uses all 4 Zones: Zone 1 - Crunch EP2 (Hex Layer) - downloaded from the Casio Music Forum Zone 2 - Too Close (Hex Layer) - downloaded from the Casio Music Forum Zone 3 - Brass Section - preset from the String/Brass section Zone 4 - Click Organ - preset from the Organ section Controller assignements: Pedal 1 - Sustain (sustains all zones except the Zone 3 Brass sound) Pedal 2 - Zone On/Off (with this pedal you turn the Brass sound on/off) Mod.Wheel - Delay intensity (from 0-127) Slider 1 - Distortion level for the Electric Piano Slider 2 - Amp.simulation Slider 3 - Dist.Low / Dist.High Slider 4 - Chorus Slider 5 - Volume for Zone 2 (Pad sound) Slider 6 - Volume for Zone 4 (Organ Sound) Here is the link of the video on which i'm using this stage setting with the backing track wave file played drectlly from the PX5S thumb drive.The Wave file is the original backing track from my album with live Drums/Bass/Guitar/Trumpet minus the keyboards which I'm playing live on the PX5S! I'm playing a solo synth lead part on the Casio XW-P1 but i don't remember what was the sound name that i used on the video,maybe Mike will know. Hope you like it and you can use it as a template for your own stage settings! All the best, Kristian Terzic
  21. PurpleHead

    Version 110

    194 downloads

    I re-edited one of the organ sounds uploaded by a fellow member and easily came up with this killer organ that is reminiscent of something you might use forDeep Purple/MachineHead. Mess around with the DSP rotary effect by putting the BRAKE on and adding Vibrato/Chorus C1 for further effect...
  22. Bs+Rd/Organ

    Version 110

    138 downloads

    A take on a Jimmy type jazzy organ sound with left hand bass and ride.
  23. Indonesian Nights

    Version 1

    241 downloads

    The attached MP3 is a sample of the tune that inspired me to do this song. I didn't feel comfortable putting it in the "Song Ready" list, since the tune is fairly obscure. I was listening to Tony Monaco - Celebration when this track came on. Due to its lower tempo and cool sound, I wanted to try to duplicate it. This is my take on it, the organ sound is all from this stage setting on the PX-5S (explained below) and the backing track is from my android smartphone running IRealb. This setting simulates a two-manual organ, with the split point being at middle-C. Here are the settings for each manual: Lower - Registration 666000000 (sort of), rotary on (permanently) Upper - Registration 008666000 (sort of), percussion 3rd harmonic, rotary can be turned on and off The tweaky bits: Mod wheel - overall volume S1 - Overdrive S2 - Percussion decay speed S3 - Percussion volume S4 - Lower manual volume S5 - Upper manual volume S6 - Reverb K1 - Rotary Slow rate (not used, since I didn't include a way to switch between slow and fast) K2 - Rotary Fast rate K3 - Chorus/vibrato K4 - Wet/Dry mix Pedal 1 - Percussion on/off Pedal 2 - Upper manual rotary on/off (This seems to take two taps the first time you use it in this stage setting, thereafter it functions normally. I haven't figured that one out yet.) It should operate correctly without uploading the associated arpeggio needed to make the percussion envelope work properly. That still kinda weirds me out, but it seems to work.
  24. Indonesian Nights

    File Name: Indonesian Nights File Submitter: jaspeter File Submitted: 07 Jan 2014 File Category: PX-5S Other The attached MP3 is a sample of the tune that inspired me to do this song. I didn't feel comfortable putting it in the "Song Ready" list, since the tune is fairly obscure. I was listening to Tony Monaco - Celebration when this track came on. Due to its lower tempo and cool sound, I wanted to try to duplicate it. This is my take on it, the organ sound is all from this stage setting on the PX-5S (explained below) and the backing track is from my android smartphone running IRealb. This setting simulates a two-manual organ, with the split point being at middle-C. Here are the settings for each manual: Lower - Registration 666000000 (sort of), rotary on (permanently) Upper - Registration 008666000 (sort of), percussion 3rd harmonic, rotary can be turned on and off The tweaky bits: Mod wheel - overall volume S1 - Overdrive S2 - Percussion decay speed S3 - Percussion volume S4 - Lower manual volume S5 - Upper manual volume S6 - Reverb K1 - Rotary Slow rate (not used, since I didn't include a way to switch between slow and fast) K2 - Rotary Fast rate K3 - Chorus/vibrato K4 - Wet/Dry mix Pedal 1 - Percussion on/off Pedal 2 - Upper manual rotary on/off (This seems to take two taps the first time you use it in this stage setting, thereafter it functions normally. I haven't figured that one out yet.) It should operate correctly without uploading the associated arpeggio needed to make the percussion envelope work properly. That still kinda weirds me out, but it seems to work. Click here to download this file
  25. As you know our keyboards are USB Midi Compliant, that means you can connect them to Midi devices in some case directly tuo USB, otherwise using, for example, the Kenton Midi USB Host http://www.kentonuk.com/products/items/utilities/usb-host.shtml Those Midi app let you to controle via USB OTG, Opus#1 1843 french two manuals church organ based on high-quality recordings http://www.refined-apps.com/opus-1/ be careful the app works only 4 1/2 octaves as the real organ and Pitea a 1989 german three manual church organ always based on high-quality recordings http://www.refined-apps.com/pitea/ again be careful the app works only 5 octaves. I'have those two apps, and I'm very satisfied, I used them even with my old Midi keyboard connected with a Roland USB/Midi compliant and even non Midi compliant, I suggest the first one. In any case read carefully the Refined Apps suggestions. You can also use two keyboards controlling upper an lower manual with a Midi merger like the Kenton one http://www.kentonuk.com/products/items/utilities/m-merge4.shtml. For IPad & Iphone go to visit http://polaron.de/Napo/index.html I hope to have been enough clear!
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