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Buttons

The console has several button controls for use during live performance. Some of these buttons control additional sounds, such as the engine (Motor) or Tracker; other buttons control or trigger functions, such as the Combination Action or the temporary removal/restoration of reed stops.

The following figure shows the buttons of the Console Page highlighted.

 
Button
Effect
Left side
MOTOR
Turns on the organ engine
KI
Turns off the organ engine
<
Combination frame decrement
>
Combination frame increment
Right side
Numbers from 1 to 8
Combination bank selector buttons
Letters from A to H
Combination frame selector buttons
Below the first manual
S
This is the Set button which has to be first pressed to store an active stop configuration into the proprietary Combination Action of the Kispest organ.
 
Letters from A to H
Combination frame selector buttons
 
0
Turns off all stops
 
< and > buttons
Combination frame decrement and increment buttons

The Motor button will optionally turn on sounds of the organ motors. The virtual instrument, however, allows you to play all stops without any motor noise at all, allowing the creation of super-high-quality totally noise-free recording, something that is (naturally) not even achievable on the real instrument. For those seeking ultimate realism, just turn on the motors!

On the Center Page you will find a button labeled as Henger ki. This has the same functionality as the Cresc ki labeled foot piston on the Console Page that disables the crescendo wheel. The Nyelv ki button on the right side is also available as a foot piston on the Console Page and it will temporarily disable the reeds from any active configuration of stops. The same page hosts the button labeled Man. 16’ ki which turns on all 16’ foot stops from the keyboards temporarily. The stops’ switch positions will not physically move; only their sounds will be disabled, faithfully replicating the original organ’s implementation.

On the Right Page you will find a button labeled as Traktúra which is used to enable the noises related to the keyboards independent of the organ engine noise. This allows you a great freedom in the overall sounding. The button labeled as R.ped.irány is used to reverse the swellbox pedal’s operation. The label near this button shows the closing direction of the shutters operated by the swell pedal. For example when Zár ¯ is shown, it means that the swellbox will close when the heels are down on the sweller pedal.

The button Tutti on both the Left and Right pages engages the Tutti combination. The Tutti button is reversible, meaning that pressing it again will disengage the Tutti combination.