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What
you
play
What
you
hear
[42-45]
TOUCH
RESPONSE -
Touch
response
(key-
board dynamics)
allows
you
to achieve the ultimate
in
realistic
musical expression. This section allows
you
to
change
the
LEVEL
(volume)
and
the
BRILLIANCE
(harmonics) by playing the
keyboard
differently.
With
the
sliders
down
at
#0,
there
is
no
touch
response,
while
up
at
-10
the
effect
is
maximum.
INITIAL
-
"initial"
means
that the
amount
of effect
is
determined by
how
fast
and
hard
you
initially
strike
the key.
INITIAL
BR ILLIANCE
[42]
makes
the notes
brighter the
harder
you
hit
the key,
and
INITIAL
LEVEL
[43]
makes
the notes
louder the
harder
you
hit
the key.
AFTER
-
"After"
means
that the
amount
of effect
is
determined by
how
hard
you
press
a
key
after
it
hits
bottom.
Thus.
AFTER
BILLIANCE
[44]
and
AFTER
LEVEL
[451 are similar to
INITIAL
BRILLIANCE
and
LEVEL,
but
are sensitive to
key
pressure rather
than key stroke
velocity.
Some
instruments
are
not touch
sensitive,
such
as
a
harpsichord. Thus,
you would
keep
these
sliders
at
minimum
to simulate
realistic
playing.
Other
instru-
ments change
more
in level
than
in
tone
when
you
play
harder,
such
as a
piano.
Still
other instruments
change
as
much
in
tone
as
in level,
si
as
wind
instruments.
To
simulate tightening the
embouchure
on
a reed,
you
might
use
AFTER
BRILLIANCE.
[46]
MEMORI
ES
-
The memories
are
beneath
a
hinged cover
which
bears
a
simplified
block diagram
of
the
CS-80.
(A
detailed
block diagram and
a
copy
of the
simplified
block
diagram
may
be
found
in
Section V.
)
Memories
1
through 4
are
miniaturized
versions of
programmable
panels
I
&
II,
minus
the detailed
labeling.
Once you
develope
a
patch
you want
to
save,
you
can
transfer the settings to
a
memory
by
visually lining
up
the
memory's
sliders
and
switches
as
closely
as
possible
to
those
on
the Panel.
"Fine tuning"
the
memory
patch
against the
panel-programmed
patch
is
easier
if
you
follow
this
guidehne:
1.
If
you
are
using
PANEL
II,
transfer
it
to
MEMORY
1
or
2.
2,
If
you
are
using
PANEL
I,
transfer
it
to
MEMORY
3
or
4.
Press
the
TONE SELECTOR
buttons
corresponding
to the
PANEL
and
MEMORY
involved.
[3]
4.
Compare
the
two
patches
by
moving
the
MIX
lever [4]
from
I
to IL

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