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Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 2:47 pm
by bombarde32
Hi Jim,
Is there a handy piston shortcut layout for the 260?

Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 4:17 pm
by engrssc
Here is the 260SP computer shortcut/piston chart, the bold letters being the computer keys:
 
Solo P - F1          Solo 1 - F6       Solo Cancel - Insert
Solo MF - F2        Solo 2 - F7
Solo F - F3           Solo 3 - F8
Solo FF - F4         Solo 4 - F9
Solo FFF - F5       Solo 5 - F10
 
Great PP - 1         Great 1 - 6       Great Cancel - Home
Great P - 2           Great 2 - 7
Great MF - 3         Great 3 - 8
Great F - 4           Great 4 - 9
Great FF - 5          Great 5 - 0
 
Accomp PP - Q      Accomp 1 - Y      Accomp Cancel - Page Up
Accomp P - W       Accomp 2 - U
Accomp MF - E      Accomp 3 - I
Accomp F - R        Accomp 4 - O
Accomp FF - T       Accomp 5 - P
 
Pedal 1 - A           Pedal Cancel - End
Pedal 2 - S
Pedal 3 - D
 
Trem Cancel - Page Down
Set - \ (back slash)
Map - ] (right bracket)
Memory - = (equals)
General Cancel - Delete or Backspace
Restore - Enter
Panic - Escape
 
Rgds,
Ed

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 3:48 pm
by hal wade
Jim,

Thanks. But isn't this just for the 216. How about a similar chart for the 260SP

Harold

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2012 12:15 pm
by bdalton
260SP
260SP Keys.jpg

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Thu May 17, 2012 5:12 am
by nnelgllebac
Hi,

I have now fitted a PC keyboard to my Technics in order to better control everything, in addition to being able to set the Miditzer pistons from the Technics tabs. However, in fumbling around trying to get used to this I seem to have hit a key on the keyboard which has resulted in all stops being set as OFF in the 260. When trying the various function keys on the keyboard, or the pistons on the Technics organ, I get the usual "tab noise" but none of the stops move and I have no sound. If I select the stops individually using the mouse/cursor there is no problem.

Any idea what stupid thing I have done? I must have hit a key by mistake on the PC keyboard. My wife (originally from Beijing) says I must be "Arr by woo" which apparently means a 'completely stupid and inept idiot' in Mandarin slang...

Thanks!
Glenn
Brighton UK.

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Thu May 17, 2012 5:55 am
by bdalton
Glenn,
You've pressed the Cancel key (delete).

Cheers
Barry

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Thu May 17, 2012 6:03 am
by moonskin
Check which memory level you are on. If you've moved to an empty combination memory, you won't get anything changing.

Click on the S1 level and you should be back to the default.

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Thu May 17, 2012 7:12 am
by nnelgllebac
Barry, Graham,

Thanks for this. I'll try it later when I get home. I think I had a severe case of sausage fingers!

Best regards,
Glenn, Brighton UK

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Thu May 17, 2012 4:56 pm
by nnelgllebac
Hi guys,

Yes I had accidentally selected an empty combination set. I selected S1 and all was back to normal. Many thanks!
Glenn
Brighton UK

Re: Computer keys for piston control

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:58 pm
by jamesn9kuy
Are the piston controls the same for the style 150?