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Newer page: version 6 Last edited on March 27, 2014 7:49 am. by admin
Older page: version 5 Last edited on April 4, 2011 3:36 pm. by JohnMihevic
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 * ChangingThePercussionKeyingSource: When [Percussion] is enabled, one of the harmonic busbar contacts from each key is used to trigger the Percussion amplifier. This removes one drawbar harmonic from the palette available to shape the sound. The stock setup removes the harmonic available at the 9th drawbar. Some players prefer to have the top-most drawbar available at all times, even when Percussion is enabled. This modification to the percussion circuit changes the percussion amplifier's trigger source from the 9th harmonic busbar to some other source, usually the 8th. 
  
 * One can add a ParadiseButton which disables the decaying of the percussion. 
  
-* [Adding the 4th, 5th, and 6th Harmonic |Adding 4th, 5th, and 6th Harmonic Percussion ] to the Hammond (B3, C3, RT3, or A100) Percussion allows for much more percussion variation by making 3 more harmonics available in addition to the 2nd and 3rd standard harmonics. !—JohnMihevic 
+* [Addition Of Polyphonic Percussion For 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Harmonics |Addition Of Polyphonic Percussion For 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Harmonics ] to the Hammond (B3, C3, RT3, or A100) allows for much more percussion variation by making 3 more harmonics available in addition to the 2nd and 3rd standard harmonics. !—JohnMihevic 
  
  
 See also: PercussionTroubleshooting. 
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