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  • Kimball K800 - Brass Attack/Decay not working..

    The sliders for the Brass sounds affecting the Attack/Decay do not work... :-(

    Any help would be much appreciated!


    Thank you..

    ME
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  • #2
    BTW, just out of curiosity...

    Should those sliders be active all the time, or only under certain conditions.. I tried to see if there might be some combination of settings or stops that might affect whether the Attack/Decay would work or not.. but I wasn't successful.
    I never had an owner's manual, and am farily savvy at figuring a lot of things out..

    -- but I haven't figured out this issue..
    Lowrey MX2 (NT400x)
    Thomas Floridian Classic -- aka Wersi Rondo Classic
    Kimball K800 'Fascination' Theater Organ
    Conn 650 - Type 1 with Conn Pipes - Model #145
    Baldwin Cinema 2 (214-DR)
    Wersi Spectra DX 700 CD - LiveStyle, Memory Tower
    Wersi Beta DX400 TS - (with AMS)
    Wersi Delta DX 500 - (with AMS)
    Wersi Pegasus Keyboard!
    MOOG Eterwave Standard Theremin & MOOG Werkstatt
    Roland GAIA SH-01 Virtual Analog Synthesizer
    Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano!

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    • #3
      Are you referring to "Brass Mute?"

      td
      Servicing electronic organs since 1969.

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      • #4
        Mystery solved: [oops!]

        I just noticed a Grey stop that activates the Brass Mute. Once pressed, and using any of the Red Brass/Reed stops.. it then creates a 'wah-wah' effect with the selected rank(s)...

        I overlooked that Grey tab... I figured the attack/decay was automatically on, and just affected the brass/reeds like a synth would. For whatever reason, the word 'Mute' brought to my mind a cancellation of sound.. and not the effect a trumpet-mute [etc.] would produce.

        Thanks TD.. your question prompted me to look over all the stop tabs a few more times. I was not expecting a tab in a different area to affect/activate the sliders in the 'synth' section.
        Last edited by Suhndog; 06-14-2018, 10:37 AM.
        Lowrey MX2 (NT400x)
        Thomas Floridian Classic -- aka Wersi Rondo Classic
        Kimball K800 'Fascination' Theater Organ
        Conn 650 - Type 1 with Conn Pipes - Model #145
        Baldwin Cinema 2 (214-DR)
        Wersi Spectra DX 700 CD - LiveStyle, Memory Tower
        Wersi Beta DX400 TS - (with AMS)
        Wersi Delta DX 500 - (with AMS)
        Wersi Pegasus Keyboard!
        MOOG Eterwave Standard Theremin & MOOG Werkstatt
        Roland GAIA SH-01 Virtual Analog Synthesizer
        Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano!

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