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Reverb and brilliance on the F P 30 #2620765
03/06/17 08:25 AM
03/06/17 08:25 AM
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I have always played using the default settings.I have recently tried playing around with the reverb and brilliance settings but can hardly hear a difference when I change the settings.Could a F P 30 owner who uses the different settings maybe advise if there is a discernable difference from minimum to maximum and how to change the settings as I cannot be sure that I am doing what the manual on page 6 describes.Also how to lock the settings so that the piano does not revert to default on switch off.Thanks. Jack.

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Re: Reverb and brilliance on the F P 30 [Re: Jack Gately] #2620927
03/06/17 04:39 PM
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Jack, I mainly use default settings, too, but I have played around a little with brilliance and ambience (reverb). You should be able to hear the difference (I can).

To change brilliance (3 steps total):
Hold down the "FUNCTION" button and press key G5 once to increase the effect.
Hold down the "FUNCTION" button and press key F#5 once to return the effect to default.
Hold down the "FUNCTION" button and press key F5 once to decrease the effect.

To change ambience (5 steps total):
Hold down the "FUNCTION" button and press key D5 once or twice to increase the effect.
Hold down the "FUNCTION" button and press key C#5 once to return the effect to default.
Hold down the "FUNCTION" button and press key C5 once or twice to decrease the effect.

Note: you need to press repeatedly to step through from max. to min. without returning to default first.

To store the settings:
Hold down the function button and press the record button so that the play/stop and record buttons flash on and off. Then press the record button AGAIN to save the settings (the LEDs will all light).

Hope this helps.


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Re: Reverb and brilliance on the F P 30 [Re: Jack Gately] #2621520
03/08/17 02:51 PM
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Thanks voxpop,your explanation much more helpful than the manual.
Tried it I can hear the difference.


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