What pedals can I use with my Kurzweil instrument? Answer: Switch Pedals A foot switch pedal from any manufacturer is compatible with our keyboards. Japanese pedals are wired in reverse polarity from American pedals. But all our products check the pedal polarity on power up and reverse themselves if needed, so as long as the pedal is plugged in before you turn on the unit, any pedal will work be certain to not step on the pedal during power up as this can interfere with the auto-calibration.
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Basic Concepts & User Interface
The Pc1s is also very easy to do splits on, as well as layering up to 4 sounds. We believed from the first notes on the keyboard of the greatest concert grand pianos. Has at least 3 Tutorials just manua, setting and adjusting volume in different zones. The PC1X also provides multi zone, independent master control, featuring a front panel laden with dedicated assignable switches, knobs, wheels, and a rear ribbon control input installed for even greater creative expression.
KURZWEIL PC1XREVIEW Overview