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Reverb Type; Reverb Depth - Yamaha Silent Piano SC2 Owner's Manual

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 Reverb Type
An actual piano sounds differently depending on the size of the room, or the material of the building in which
it is played. The reverberation is the major reason for this difference. Using the Reverb effect and simulating
the reverberation in a concert hall, etc. gives you the feeling of the being at a live performance. Although
selecting a Voice will call up the optimum Reverb type for the selected Voice, you can change the Reverb type
as desired.
Reverb Type List

Reverb Type

Default Setting
Recital Hall
Concert Hall
Chamber
Cathedral
Club
Plate
Off
NOTE
Reverb Type is reset to the default value automatically when the power is turned off.
 Reverb Depth
Although selecting a Voice will call up the optimum Reverb depth for the selected Voice, you can change the
Reverb depth as desired.
Setting range: 1 – 20
NOTE
Reverb Depth is reset to the default value automatically when the power is turned off.
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E4: Default Setting
Resets the setting to the default.
Simulates clear reverberation in a mid-sized hall suitable for piano recital.
Simulates brilliant reverberation in a large hall for public orchestra performances.
Simulates the elegant reverberation in a small room suitable for chamber music.
Simulates the solemn reverberation in a high-ceiling stone-made cathedral.
Simulates the lively reverberation in a jazz club or a small bar.
Simulates the bright sound of vintage reverb equipment used in recording studios.
No effect is applied.
C4: Decreases the depth
F#4: Concert Hall
F4: Recital Hall
G4: Chamber
Description
C#4: Default Setting
D4: Increases the depth
G#4: Cathedral
A#4: Plate
B4: Off
Highest key (C7)
A4: Club
Highest key
(C7)

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