34 reface CS/DX/CP/YC Owner’s Manual
Functions of Front Panel Components
The tones produced by moving each of the
sliders are as follows.
*: When the [OCTAVE] slider is moved down,
the 16’ pitch may be too low to be heard via
the built-in speakers.
This section can apply an undulating effect to
u-1. [VIBRATO/CHORUS] switch
For switching between vibrato and chorus to
apply different types of undulating effects.
Press down the side corresponding to the
effect you wish to use.
u-2. [DEPTH] slider
For adjusting the degree to which vibrato or
chorus is applied. Moving this slider all the
way down turns off the vibrato or chorus
When turned on, an accent can be applied to
the attack portion of the sound. When all of
the FOOTAGE volumes are zero (that is, the
sliders are moved all the way up), only these
percussion sounds will be produced.
The settings “A” and “B” change the pitch of
i-1. [ON/OFF] switch
For turning the percussion sounds on and off.
When the off side is pressed down, no per-
cussion sounds will be produced.
i-2. [TYPE] switch
For switching the percussion pitch type.
Press down the side for either Type A or Type
i-3. [LENGTH] slider
For adjusting the length of the percussion
For applying effects. When the sliders are
moved all the way down, no effects will be
o-1. [DIST] slider
For applying distortion.
o-2. [REVERB] slider
For applying reverb.
y-1 16’ 8 scale degrees below
y-2 5 1/3’ 5 scale degrees above
y-3 8’ Fundamental tone
y-4 4’ 8 scale degrees above
y-5 2 2/3’ 12 scale degrees above
y-6 2’ 15 scale degrees above
y-7 1 3/5’ 17 scale degrees above
y-8 1 1/3’ 19 scale degrees above
y-9 1’ 22 scale degrees above
Regardless of the slider position, FOOTAGE
[1’] does not produce any organ tones when
the WAVE knob is set to “H” and PERCUS-
SION is turned on. In addition, when notes are
played legato with the H-type organ, the vol-
ume of the percussion sound decays over