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Drawbar Organ : how to SLOW down the Leslie

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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?

 

 

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Fred

 

What you are asking about is Rotary SpeedRotary is a DSP function.  Look at the 8 items under the heading of 12. Rotary in the middle of the right hand column on Page E-158 for the 8 parameters you can adjust on the Rotary function.  Basically, you are able to control, not only how fast and how slow the Rotary is, but how fast it speeds up or slows down.  Then see Pages E-31 through E-35 for selecting and adjusting the DSP settings.  If you make any changes to the DSP settings that you will want to recall in the future, you will need to save your new settings to a User DSP, and then assign that new User DSP to the particular Drawbar Organ Tone that you want it to apply to, and then, in turn, save that Drawbar Organ Tone to a User Drawbar Organ Tone.  Once you have saved your new DSP settings, you can assign that User DSP to any number of different Drawbar Organ Tones and save them as User Drawbar Organ Tones.  In other words, you can use your new DSP settings as a Rotary setup "boiler plate" for other Organ Tones.  Navigation of the DSP settings menus gets a bit involved, as there are a lot of settings that can be controlled.  Just keep in mind that if you do not see what you are looking for on a particular menu page, use the right arrow button to go deeper into the menu pages or the left arrow button to go back toward the top of the menu.  Most menu pages will have two or three items on them.  Use the up and down arrows to move the selection cursor ( the heavy brackets: [[ XXX ]] ) to the desired menu item, and then use the + / - buttons or the Data Wheel to make your adjustments.

 

 

 

 

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Hi Ted, thanks for your input on this topic. Two and a half years ago you helped me a great deal on the in's and outs of configuring the various settings on the 7200 which I still use and play today. Newbies would be lost without. Good to see your name again. Stay well and healthy. Regards, Paul 

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