Getting to know your Ringway RS400 E-Organ - volume control architecture.
The Ringway RS400 is comprised of seven voice sections. Each voice section can, of course, have its own voice and volume settings, which allow you to create richly, textured voice layers for each keyboard.
There are two volume controls:
Coarse – The coarse control has six volume settings, from minimum of 0, or no sound, to a maximum of 127, or full volume.
Fine – The fine volume control function is accessed through the display allowing you to control each volume level in fine increments.
Let's set the volume for the Upper Keyboard Voice 1 section.
Coarse: Use the [VOLUME] buttons in the UPPER KEYBOARD voice section panel area to set the desired level for this voice. The coarse control has six volume settings, from minimum of 0, or no sound, to a maximum of 127, or full volume.
Fine: To access the Fine volume control for the Upper Keyboard Voice 1 section press the [+ITEM/PAGE] button located to the right of the [DATA WHEEL]. This will highlight the Volume Control function and the LCD will display this as a flashing numerical value.
Using either the [DATA WHEEL] or the [-/+ DATA] buttons located to the right of the [DATA WHEEL] change the status of the highlighted (flashing) Volume Control as a numeric value (from 0 – 127).
The Ringway RS400 offers great sounds, with a minimal operational learning curve.