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Next, select the expression pedal that you want to connect. Click in the “Change” column, in the space adjacent to the expression pedal you have chosen, in this case the “Solo” expression pedal, Fig. 6.5.

Fig . 6 .5 - Selecting the Solo Expression Pedal (to be added)

You will see the pop-up “Recording” window in Fig. 6.6. is tells you that jOrgan is ready to record the signals transmitted by your MIDI expression controlling device, whatever it is. In my case I will be recording the movement of my organ’s “Swell shoe,” the one labelled “Solo” on my Rodgers organ. Simply operate your device by moving it from the all-the-way-o position to the all-the-on-position and back. en click “OK” in the window. at’s all there is to it. jOrgan now knows when you want to increase and decrease the sound on, in this case, the Solo division of your organ. Click on the “Save” icon to make sure you have made this a permanent part of your jOrgan disposition.

Fig . 6 .6 - The Customizer’s “Recording” Window

Follow this procedure for selecting the jOrgan disposition’s expression device and recording the movement of your corresponding continuous signal MIDI hardware until you have connected all the continuous devices you need.

  • en settle back and play your keyboards, being sure to enjoy all the new musical dynamics that are now at your

command!

Revised 2/8/2010

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Revised 2/8/2010

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