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Found 9 results

  1. Casio 7500 When I kick in the leslie on any of the drawbar Organ setups, it seems to go way too fast, causing sort of a warbling sound. Has anyone figured out a fix for this???? Is there a way to set the speed?
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Is there a way to set up the sustain pedal to act as a switch to change rotary speaker effect from slow to fast? This is a global setup feature on Nord keyboards. Just thought Casio might have a similar solution.
  5. Is there a way to assign the slow/fast function of the tone wheel organ speaker to a foot control pedal or one of the pads on the MZ-X500? I'm finding that the small "slow/fast" button at the far left of the keyboard is not in a very convenient location and is a very small target during a live performance.
  6. I have a Privia with rotary in some of the organs. I have both an original sustain pedal or a momentary on/off switch type pedal. Can someone walk me thru (step by step) how to set up a pedal to turn rotary on and off? where does it plug in and what, if anything I need to do to so I can simply step on the pedal to activate and deactivate rotary. I seem to be too limited in my understanding and I know someone knows how. I use the keys, stereo, thru a volume pedal from time to time (not always), use a casio sustain pedal for sustain and play thru either a KC-550 or KC-350 depending. HELP! Anyone who plays knows how inconvenient it is to turn rotary on/off on the panel above the keys.
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    An acoustic piano with rotary effect, in the style of Pink Floyd's "Echoes".
  8. I have the Casio Data Editor running and that's how I do my editing (I am no good at editing on the PX-5s). I am frustrated with getting a usable organ sound, but I would alleviate much of that if the Leslie effect would accelerate faster at startup. Is it possible and if so, how? Thanks, Paul
  9. On stage setting 1/6 (gospel organ), the modulation setting allows you to specify parameters for the rotary/overdrive effect such as Speed, etc. to be modified by the wheel. However, I duplicated the concert piano setting and added an organ for a piano/organ layer, and added the rotary/overdrive effect for the organ (tone 2), However, the parameters for the rotary/overdrive do NOT show when I go to specify them via modulation. I used the computer editor to check it, and it shows "DSP parameter 3" when you download the stage setting to the computer and call it up using the editor. I went back in and used DSP parameter 3, and that didn't work either. Is there something I'm missing here? Thanks!