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ENTER KEYS - Use the +/YES, ­/NO buttons directly while using the voice or
function settings. These buttons are also used to access or alter many of the
function features or when input is necessary.
REVERB - The reverb effect is engaged automatically when the power is turned
on. Reverb simulates the effect of playing in a big room or hall where the sound
reverberates off the walls and ceiling. Press the REVERB button to turn off the
reverb effect. You can switch the reverb feature on and off by pressing the
REVERB button. Reverb depth can be changed in the function menu.
Please see the Function Section for more information.
CHORUS - The Chorus effect adds depth and spaciousness to the selected
keyboard voice. Press the CHORUS button to engage the chorus effect and the
indicator will light up. Press the button again to turn off the chorus effect.
Chorus depth can be changed in the function menu.
Please see the Function Section for more information.
LAYER - Engaging the LAYER button will put the keyboard in the layer mode.
Layer refers to an additional voice that is "tone mixed" with the selected keyboard
voice. The assigned layer voice will be heard together with the original voice. To
select a new layered instrument voice use the +/YES or ­/NO buttons within 3
seconds after the LAYER button has been engaged.
LOWER - With the Lower feature engaged the keyboard operates in the "split"
mode. In the Lower mode the keyboard is divided into two sections. In the right
hand section the original and/or layered voice will sound, and in the left hand
section a different voice can be assigned to sound when the keys are played. To
select a new Lower instrument voice use the +/YES or ­/NO buttons within three
seconds after the LOWER button has been engaged.
+ / YES
- / NO

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