Keys and keyboards
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The intsument has 6 divisions: 5 full compass (48 to 73 note) organ divisions and a pedal division; and the keyboard divisions are freely assignable (all divisions except for the pedal are floating divisions).
The first division is called Unterwerk (Grand Organ), and on the control pages it is reffered to as “Unt“. By default the 1st manual is dedicated to sound this division.
The second division, called Hauptwerk belongs to the 2nd manual by default, and is referred to as “Hw“ on control switches and tables.
The third organ division is the Positive, its short name is “Pos“. By default it is sounded by the 3rd manual.
The fourth division, belonging to the 4th manual is called Oberwerk, and is referred to as “Ob“.
The fifth divsion controlled by the 5th manual is the Schellwerk, its abbreviation is “Sw”.
The pedal division is referred to as “P“.
Although every division has its dedicated manual or pedalboard, all of them are floating divisions. This means that every division can be played using any keyboard, or even the pedalboard. Such operating modes can be set up using the couplers. For example, if you wish to use the 3rd manual to play the notes of the Schellwerk besides the original Positive stops, you can use the “Sw>Pos“ coupler switch to do so.
All previous PAB versions can be upgraded to PAB 3.0
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