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How to lower the volumn of a split part ????

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I need to do a volumn correction and don't know how.

 

In the song "Long Black Veil" by the BAND off the "Big Pink" album, they start the song with a killer electric piano.

 

During the chorus an "Theater" organ comes in  the background ... sounding very "Band"

 

When I split the keyboard  60's Vintage Electric Keyboard and "Theater Organ" the volumn of the organ

is about 100 times that of the Whirly and blows up the speakers.   It's supposed to be very subtle

in the background.

 

So:  How to turn down the UPPER split ???

 

Thanks

 

 

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Fred

 

You use the Mixer to adjust the mix of the Upper and Lower Parts.  See the chart at the bottom of the left hand column on Page E-36 of the manual for the Mixer Channel assignments of the various Parts: A01 for UPPER 1 (main Part); A02 for UPPER 2 (LAYER Part); A03 for LOWER (SPLIT Part), then read on down through the next several lines of the chart and note that these assignments are only valid during "Real Time" play and are transferred to Channels A05-A07, respectively, during a recording process.  Then continue on through Pages E-37 through E-39 for selection of the Volume function for each of these Parts and making the adjustment(s).

 

For more detail on this, see this thread:

 

http://www.casiomusicforums.com/index.php?/topic/7970-wk7500-change-volume-on-layer-part/&do=findComment&comment=25996

 

Looks like you were already here a couple of years ago, so this should just be a nice refresher for you.

 

Good luck !

 

 

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20 hours ago, tnicoson said:

Looks like you were already here a couple of years ago, so this should just be a nice refresher for you.   Good luck !

 

Yes, and had a WK 3800 but never really did anyting with it other than just live performance with unaltered tones.  Then several years off, now back with a 7500, expecting it to be a low easier, but disappointed because it has the same level of complication as the 3800 ... and not a good of sounds.  

 

The 3800 had a killer hammond, and the leslie was convincing.   Why they eliminated that, I have no idea!

 

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