Kawai K1 Organ Programming

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Kawai K1 Organ Programming

Postby wilsonsk » Sat May 10, 2014 2:39 am

Hi,

I just picked up a Kawai K1 for nothing. It works, but I'm COMPLETELY in the dark on how to program it. I want to make this into a dedicated back-up organ, but I need some major help on programming, the couple of organ sounds that are programmed in it sound great, I need to learn how to change leslie speeds and program a few more drawbar settings. Can someone give me some pointers?

Thanks,

Steve
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Re: Kawai K1 Organ Programming

Postby sounddoctorin » Sat May 10, 2014 6:54 am

it's pretty easy once you get the hang of things. In the edit you can go to the a, b, c, d edit groups as I recall . On the 8 patch number buttons you can mute any of the 4 oscillators/samples by pressing it and then re-press it to get it back on one side and the other is the select as I recall so that you can edit the current displayed function on that patch. You just keep hitting buttons to toggle through the options under that menu. (A, b, c or d). Give it a whirl using the yes/no keys to inc. and dec values as I recall
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Re: Kawai K1 Organ Programming

Postby wilsonsk » Sat May 10, 2014 5:32 pm

Thanks for the response, I'm going to try to narrow the scope of getting to know this.

Here is the setting I currently have:

SINGLE
IB-5 Jazz Organ

It sounds awesome, has the Leslie simulation in slow speed.

The first thing I would like to do is to be able to have fast and slow Leslie, preferably control by the foot pedal.

How would I accomplish this?

Thanks!

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