A73 Piano Station
The middle panel contains the settings for the lead sound. The lead sound can be a single instrument, or any combination of three tones, referred to as A, B, C tones.
The A, B, C tabs
Click on these tabs to select the actual tone you want to modify. By default tones B and C are disabled.
Instrument category buttons (Pi, Ch, Or, etc.)
Click on these buttons to select an instrument category. Example: Click Pi for the Piano category,
click Ch for the Chromatic percussion category, or click Or for the Organ category. There are 16 instrument categories each containing 8 different instruments. That gives a total of 16 x 8 = 128 available instruments. You can also access the instruments via a menu by clicking on the orange display.
Instrument slot buttons (1, 2, 3, etc.)
Click on these buttons to select an instrument within the actual instrument category. You can also access the instruments via a menu by clicking on the orange display.
Activates arpeggio mode for the actual tone (A, B, or C). If arpeggio is on, when you hold down a piano key, a rhythmic pattern is played
automatically that is synchronized to the rhythm of the actual accompaniment (if any).
If this is on, the arpeggio (for the actual tone (A, B, or C)) keeps playing after releasing piano keys.
Selects the pattern of the arpeggio for the actual tone (A,B, or C).
Power-on symbol (on the left of the orange display)
Enables/disables the actual tone.
Settings symbol (on the right of the orange display)
Click this symbol to enter settings mode. Click again to quit settings mode.
Here you can set the volume, panorama and key shift (transpose) of the actual tone (A, B, or C).