Voice Electric Piano Condition
This Voce Electric Piano is tested and in good working and physical condition. It has some minor scratches on the top of the unit and a couple scratches on the bottom. It comes with a non OEM power supply that can fulfill its power requirements.
Voce Electric Piano Features
The ELECTRIC PIANO is designed to provide the player with sounds, effects and most importantly, the expressiveness of mechanical electric pianos. The timbre of the sounds created by the ELECTRIC PIANO varies greatly and smoothly over the entire key velocity range. The effects provided can be used to achieve the sounds heard in popular recordings of the past or create new sound innovations. The ELECTRIC PIANO is real easy to use. It requires absolutely no programming. There are front panel rotary controls for volume, overdrive, effects rate and depth, transpose and preset. It has built-in analog effects such as: Chorus, Tremolo, and Wah-wah. The Wah-wah effect can be controlled by key velocity, modulation wheel or from an external foot controller. There are 32 presets in the ELECTRIC PIANO. The first 17 are basic keyboard sounds without effects and the remaining 15 presets are popular combinations of sounds and effects. The first 22 presets are selectable via the front panel: all 32 can be selected through MIDI. In addition, the ELECTRIC PIANO can operate in three part multi-timbral mode for any three adjacent channels as well as MIDI OMNI ON mode (all channels). There are high-level stereo audio outputs, CH2 output may be used to drive high-impedance stereo headphones. All this makes the ELECTRIC PIANO very easy and intuitive to use.
VOLUME – rotary volume control. Turning this control clockwise will increase the volume level. Volume can also be controlled via MIDI control number 7.
OVERDRIVE- rotary overdrive control. Turning this control clockwise will increase the overdrive (distortion effect) level .
RATE – rotary control for rate of Tremolo and Chorus effects. Turning this control clockwise will increase the speed of the modulation for the Tremolo and Chorus effects. RATE can also be controlled via MIDI. See the section on MIDI CONTROLLED EFFECTS for more information
DEPTH – rotary control for depth of Tremolo and Chorus effects. Turning this control clockwise will increase the amount of modulation for the Tremolo and Chorus effects. DEPTH can also be controlled via MIDI. See the section on MIDI CONTROLLED EFFECTS for more information.
CHORUS – This push-button turns the Chorus effect on or off. The Chorus effect creates a gentle swirling “doubling” sound for struck notes. The DEPTH and RATE controls are active when this effect is used. The Chorus effect can also be enabled via MIDI. See the section on MIDI CONTROLLED EFFECTS for more information.
TREMOLO – This push-button turns the Tremolo effect on or off. The Tremolo effect provides a regular variation in volume between the two audio outputs ping-ponging. The DEPTH and RATE controls are active when this effect is used. The Tremolo effect can also be enabled via MIDI, see the section on MIDI CONTROLLED EFFECTS for more information.
WAH-WAH ON – This push-button turns the Wah-wah effect on or off. The Wah-wah effect provides real-time control over the ELECTRIC PIANO’s analog filter. This resonant hi-pass filter simulates the sound of a wah-wah effect pedal. This effect was popularly used with Clavinet sounds. WAH-WAH ON allows both the controller’s modulation wheel and the external pedal input on the ELECTRIC PIANO to control the Wah-wah effect. The Wah-wah effect can also be enabled via MIDI, see the section on MIDI CONTROLLED EFFECTS for more information. WAH-WAH AUTO – This push-button turns the automatic Wah-wah effect on or off. The automatic Wah-wah effect causes the analog filter (described above) to be controlled by key velocity. If WAH-WAH ON is also active, all three sources (modulation wheel, foot pedal, and velocity) will control the filter. The WAH-WAH AUTO effect can also be enabled via MIDI, see the section on MIDI CONTROLLED EFFECTS for more information.
TRANSPOSE- Used to change the musical key which the ELECTRIC PIANO will play. This control is helpful for utilizing different ranges of notes on your keyboard especially if your keyboard is 5 octaves or less. MIDI – LED indicator lights up when ELECTRIC PIANO is turned on. The LED will flash off briefly when the ELECTRIC PIANO receives MIDI transmissions from a MIDI controller.
PRESET – rotary preset selector. Allows selection of any one of the first 22 presets as indicated by the positions marked 1 – 22. The position marked M selects multi-timbral mode (see page 10). The position marked P allows the ELECTRIC PIANO to accept program changes from a MIDI controller. There are a total of 32 presets in the ELECTRIC PIANO. The first 22 can be selected through the PRESET selector. All presets (the front panel 22 and the last 10) can be selected via program changes from a MIDI controller.
The ELECTRIC PIANO rear panel diagram is shown below. A description of each component follows:
POWER SWITCH – push-on / push-off switch POWER JACK – The AC wall adapter connects to the ELECTRIC PIANO via this jack.
TUNING – rotary tuning control. Center detent is set to A440 standard tuning. MIDI CH – 16 position rotary switch. Selects basic MIDI channel (channel 1 – 15 only) by setting the switch to positions 1 – 15. MIDI OMNI ON mode is selected by setting the switch to position 0.
FOOT PEDAL – 1/4″ stereo type (tip, ring, sleeve) phone jack provided for foot pedal control of the Wah-wah effect. A potentiometer type pedal or control voltage pedal may be used.
MIDI THRU – 5-pin DIN MIDI thru output. This MIDI output may be used to send a “carbon copy” of the MIDI IN data to other modules.
MIDI IN – 5-pin DIN MIDI input. This MIDI input accepts MIDI data from a MIDI controller (i.e. keyboard) or computer
CH1 – channel 1 audio output.
CH2/PHONE – channel 2 audio output. Can also be used to drive high impedance stereo headphones (> 600 ohm).