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    Just a quick question. I will be playing a wedding at a church this coming Saturday, and the organ there is a new Allen Quantum. Does anybody know how I would go about changing to one of the 3 alternate specifications? It defaults to Neo Baroque, and I found that if I slide open the left drawer, and hold set while hitting "R", it scrolls through some options. Then I use the arrows to change the specification, but I don't know how to confirm this change, and get it to happen. Can anybody jot down a quick set of directions of what to do?

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    Re: Help, Allen Quantum Renaissance

    If you go to Allen's website and join the owner's group you can access owner's manuals for various models.<DIV><BR class="khtml-block-placeholder"></DIV><DIV>You'll have plenty to read after the wedding rehearsal tonight!</DIV>

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      Re: Help, Allen Quantum Renaissance



      [quote user="M1994"]Just a quick question. I will be playing a wedding at a church this coming Saturday, and the organ there is a new Allen Quantum. Does anybody know how I would go about changing to one of the 3 alternate specifications? It defaults to Neo Baroque, and I found that if I slide open the left drawer, and hold set while hitting "R", it scrolls through some options. Then I use the arrows to change the specification, but I don't know how to confirm this change, and get it to happen. Can anybody jot down a quick set of directions of what to do?
      [/quote]</P>


      If it is a new organ,there should be an owner's manual.</P>


      Is there a local Allen dealer you can call?</P>


      Can you ask the church organist? Or are they mad that someone else is playing "their" organ?</P>


      I do know that there is an lighted indicator that tells you which suite you are on. After changing the suite, say to French, it takes a few seconds. Then the indicator lightwill change indicating it is now French.</P>

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        Re: Help, Allen Quantum Renaissance



        [quote user="M1994"]Just a quick question. I will be playing a wedding at a church this coming Saturday, and the organ there is a new Allen Quantum. Does anybody know how I would go about changing to one of the 3 alternate specifications? It defaults to Neo Baroque, and I found that if I slide open the left drawer, and hold set while hitting "R", it scrolls through some options. Then I use the arrows to change the specification, but I don't know how to confirm this change, and get it to happen. Can anybody jot down a quick set of directions of what to do?
        [/quote]</P>


        This is a reply from someone in the know:</P>


        "There are two console controller functions that are concerned with the
        Quad Suites: one will control the "default" suite that will come up
        when the organ is turned on each time, and the other will control the
        selection of a suite other than the default. Simply go to that screen
        in the CC, select the suite you want (either in the default turn-on or
        currently-playing suite screen), hold the "set" button on the organ and
        depress "mem" on the console controller. You have now changed the
        suite."</P>
        <P mce_keep="true"></P>
        <P mce_keep="true">One other thing you need to realize. Each of the four suites needs to be tonally finished for the installation. If the church only had the default suite finished, the rest might sound terrible.</P>

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          Thank you Bill (it's Bill right?)</p>

          I never would have thought of a strange method of selecting the specification. I'll be there early to ensure they sound ok.
          </p>

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            Re: Help, Allen Quantum Renaissance

            [quote user="M1994"]


            Thank you Bill (it's Bill right?)</P>


            I never would have thought of a strange method of selecting the specification. I'll be there early to ensure they sound ok.
            </P>


            [/quote]</P>


            Yes, I forgot to add my name. Good luck. Sounds like you are going to have a good time.</P>


            Bill</P>

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