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KING MAJOR model
The most compact and complete Professional MIDI Interface
GENERAL MIDI STANDARD SYSTEM
Solid state contact system, eliminates all the noisy and false contact problems frequently caused by wear and dirt in a traditional contact system, without altering the sensitivity of the keyboard.
Both Timbre and Volume DYNAMICS controlled by movement of the bellows in the same way as the traditional accordion reeds.
Two polyphonic channels for the right hand.
Transmits on all 16 MIDI channels, five of which can be active simultaneously.
Selection of sounds by means of the General MIDI command up to a maximum of 16,384 selectable sound banks with the CC0 and CC32 control keys for a total of 2,097,152 sounds.
The MIDI channel of any section can be set to 'OFF'.
Can deactivate the Program Change and Volume commands in any of the five sections.
Can memorize up to 130 different performances, each with a different MIDI channel in each section, DUE POLYPHONIC PRESETS for the Right Hand, a BASS PRESET, a CHORD PRESET, PROGRAM CHANGE, the OCTAVE for each preset, the VOLUME and the RHYTHM with its tempo setting.
Rapid recall of 25 Preferred Performances (in 5 banks) with one key while playing.
Start/Stop functions with Drum Tempo indication.
Up/ Down functions for Program Changes and Performances.
Right Hand volume control by means of pedal (supplied).
PITCH BEND function (optional)

While playing, this optional function enables a glissando of 1 tone to be carried out according to the pitch bend setting on the expander (Sound Module).

MIDI INTERFACE
FOR TRADITIONAL ACCORDIONS

EASY TO USE - WITHOUT NEED FOR PROGRAMMING
This new Interface from Musictech uses the well proven solid state sensors for the contacts, eliminatingall the well known problems associated with springs and contact bars.
This system is life-long and offers enormous reliability advantages while having no effect on the natural key sensitivity of the accordion.
Right Hand volume control by means of pedal (supplied).

Features:

  • Bass VOLUME +/-
  • Chords VOLUME +/-
  • Right Hand OFF
  • Octave UP/DOWN
  • Program UP/DOWN
  • MIDI Trans. channels: Right Hand - CH. 1 and CH. 4 (pre-settable); Chords - CH. 2; Bass - CH. 3;

PITCH BEND function (optional)

While playing, this optional function enables a glissando of 1 tone to be carried out according to the pitch bend setting on the expander (Sound Module).

  MIDI INTERFACE
with dynamic expression FOR DIATONIC ACCORDIONS

THE ONLY ONE IN THE WORLD

EASY TO USE - WITHOUT NEED FOR PROGRAMMING
This new Interface from Musictech with DYNAMIC BELLOWS EXPRESSION uses the well proven solid state sensors for the contacts, eliminating all the well known problems associated with springs and contact bars.
This system is life-long and offers enormous reliability advantages while having no effect on the natural key sensitivity of the accordion.
It can be used especially on instruments where the Right Hand is diatonic and the Left hand is as for a normal accordion, enabling the advantageous use of the sensor contacts.
We would also like to inform all our installation laboratories that, with the aid of a special dedicated programmer available from MUSICTECH, it is possible tocustomize the note layout for any accordion keyboard or button setup.
This enables kits to be kept in stock and adapted in house to any type of accordion note layout at the time of installation.

Features:

  • L.H. VOLUME +/-
  • SEPARATE R.H. and L.H. Dynamic Expression ON/OFF
  • Global Dynamic Expression ON/OFF
  • Right Hand OFF
  • Octave UP/DOWN
  • Program UP/DOWN
  • MIDI Trans. channels: Right Hand - CH. 1 and CH. 4 (pre-settable); Chords - CH. 2; Bass - CH. 3;
PQL PROGRAMMER FOR DIATONICS
Enables all the notes of the right and left hands to be programmed by the installer
This programmer is necessary for all installers who intend to regularly install the diatonic midi kits. It enables the midi notes to be match to any note configuration of the reeds in the instrument. It also allows diatonic kits to be kept in stock without having to worry about the notes in the memory.

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