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reface CS/DX/CP/YC Owner’s Manual
Functions of Front Panel Components
YC
t[WAVE] knob
For selecting the organ voice type.
yFOOTAGE section
Used by moving the sliders downwards in the
same way as vintage organs. To create the
organ tone you desire, you can move each of
these sliders to change the component ele-
ments of the sound.
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iuo
y-7 y-8y-9 u-1 u-2 i-1 i-2 i-3
o-1
o-2
C4 C5
H
Sets a distinctive electric organ sound
from the 1960s, characterized by sine-
like waveforms that are simple yet warm.
This sound was used in many genres of
music, such as rock, pop, and jazz.
V
Sets the sound of a transistor organ
from the 1960s. With harmonic content
very close to that of a square wave, it is
notable for highly present tones. This
type of organ was often used in psyche-
delic rock and ska.
F
Sets the sound of a transistor organ
from the 1960s. This organ is notable
for a thick sound with its sawtooth com-
ponent boosted in volume. It was put to
use in 60s pop music and the alterna-
tive pop of the 90s.
A
Sets the sound of a transistor organ
made in Japan during the 1970s. This
organ was notable for a bright sound
similar to that produced by the sawtooth
waveforms of a synthesizer.
Y
Sets the sound of a Yamaha transistor
organ that was released in 1972. With
harmonic content very close to that of a
square wave, it was characterized by
highly present tones in the high range
and extreme sound crushing when dis-
tortion was increased.
NOTE
No organ sound will be produced if all of the
FOOTAGE sliders are moved all the way up.
Minimum Maximum
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