OWNER’S MANUAL
SCANDALLI
Electronic Wireless Accordion with internal sound card which is light, comfortable
and easy to use.
CHARACTERISTICS
4 separate sections (TREBLE 1, TREBLE 2, CHORDS and BASS).
Wireless multichannel transmission
MIDI OUT (internal sounds, external expander) with individual or simultaneous
transmission.
Integrated high quality sound card with digital multi-effects. 500 sounds
including: 130 accordion sounds (Italian, French, classical, jazz, German,
bandoneon diatonic, etc.) all with combinations of registers for right and left
hands, solo instruments, orchestral instruments, over 60 vintage sounds (Elkavox ®,
Farfisa ®,etc.), sound combinations (with layers and splits).
“Bellows change “and “Bellows layer “functions
128 programmable COMBINATIONS for instant use with Midi dump possibility
2 programmable chin registers
Volume control with led visual strip (for treble, chords, bass and overall).
3 digit led display
Separate bellows dynamic for left and right.
Octave change for each section.
Reliable magnetic contacts.
TRANSPOSE in all keys.
GENERAL
Thank you for choosing EWA. The internal sound card with 500 sounds selected for
accordion players, its light weight and the freedom provided by the wireless system make
this a powerful, versatile musical instrument which is extremely simple to use by amateurs
and professionals alike. Forget about difficult connections, programming, cables etc., just
switch on the sound box and the accordion, connect to an amplifier or a pair of headphones
and you can start to play. EWA is supplied with re chargeable batteries that provide many hours of
use. The duration of the charge is dependent on how much the accordion is used, the level of charge
and the number of recharges. When the batteries need recharging please use the cable supplied to
connect the box to the accordion. You will still be able to play whilst using the cable to recharge the
batteries. Whilst charging, dots on the display will flash and then stop flashing when the charge is
complete. The instrument remains on whilst charging even if the on/off switch is in the OFF position.
If charged correctly, the batteries should last for years but they will eventually need replacing. It is
possible to separately change the volume and octaves of the various sections (treble, bass and chords)
and it is possible to activate or de activate bellows expression on both left and right hand sides. It is
possible to transpose the whole instrument by semitones very simply and if two or more EWA are to be
played simultaneously, you need only set a different wireless channel to each.
PRECAUTIONS
Ensure that the power is switched “off” before inserting the mains plug
If the instrument is not to be used for a long period unplug the from the mains and switch
off the accordion
Do not touch any cables with wet hands. Do not forcibly fold or pull on any cables.
Do not open the instrument exposing the electronics.
Do not switch the instrument “on” and “off” rapidly: leave at least 5 seconds.
Do not use the instrument in places that are extremely hot or cold or dusty.
Do not leave the EWA exposed to direct sunlight.
To clean the instrument use only the materials provided or a soft cloth slightly dampened
with water. Do not use household cleaning agents or solvents.
The ventilation grills of the instrument must not be obstructed or impeded in any way.
Do not expose the EWA to dampness or sprays of water and do not place liquid containers
on the instrument.
The instrument must be connected to the mains using the supplied, earthed mains lead.
The mains plug of the EWA should remain readily accessible to facilitate disconnection in
case of problems.
FAULT FINDER
If the system does not power up - check all the connections and cables.
If none of the led are alight – substitute the power adapter and / or cables.
If the lights are “on” but no sound is heard on power up - switch off the instrument, then
after 5 seconds switch on again.
If the instrument has suffered excess vibrations some contacts may be disturbed. The realignment
process is simple for a qualified technician.
ATTENTION: the instrument and power box may only be opened by qualified personnel.
Any unauthorized opening will invalidate the guarantee.
QUICK START
Ensure that all the CABLES are CONNECTED in accordance with the diagram
on page 4.
Attention: to use the EWA in wireless mode, disconnect the cable from the
accordion and the sound box.
Ensure that the instrument is attached to an amplifier adjusted to the
appropriate volume, or alternatively a set of headphones.
Switch on the amplifier and then the sound box and then the EWA. If you
are using the EWA with the cable attached, the accordion will always be on
and recharging.
Combination No.1 is active on first switching on the EWA. Use the numeric
keypad to select another.
The EWA has 500 different sounds (page17) on the following pages you can
find out how to select them for each section (treble 1 and 2, bass and chords).
IMPORTANT: the transmission range can be affected by many factors including radio
disturbance, the presence of other transmitters, walls with metal reinforcements etc; It is
advisable to try the EWA in the performance area before deciding on your position. Try
slowly distancing yourself from the receiver to gauge the maximum distance in every
performance situation. In any case avoid placing too many obstacles between the EWA
and the sound box to give a clear line of sight between them. In case of problems press
and hold the SELECT and No.1 buttons simultaneously.
CONNECTIONS
TO ACCORDION: multi pin cable for connection of the sound box to the
EWA used for recharging and playing without wireless transmission.
AC POWER: mains cable connection and on/off switch
HEADPHONES: socket.
MIDI OUT: to connect an external expander or sound module.
WIRELESS RECEIVER: cover of the receiver (do NOT attempt to remove)
PEDAL SWITCHES: to connect up to 3 standard switch pedals whose functions
can be programmed
SWELL PEDAL: to connect a volume pedal that can be programmed for
other effects
LINE OUT LEFT/RIGHT: for an external STEREO mixer or amplifier. For use in MONO,
use the left or right channel.
USING THE
SELECTING A PRESET COMBINATION SOUND
• Press the COMBI button
• Using the numeric keypad select a combination from 1 to 32 according to
the number in the chart on page 16; even the bass and chords will change
sounds and volumes. You can also use the “< and >” buttons to scroll through
up and down through the combinations. The display will show the chosen
combination number.
• Using the +/- buttons will change the overall volume of the instrument.
The volume level will briefly be shown in the display.
SELECTING A SOUND
• By pushing the Sections button repeatedly, select the part of the accordion
that you wish to change. The corresponding LED will light up for either:
Treble 1, Treble2, Chords or Bass.
• Using the numeric keypad select the number (from 1 to 3 numbers) of the
desired sound (see the list of sounds on page 17)
When you press the first number (0…9) the EWA will change sound and wait
for a few instants
(the display will flash) for the next number (if applicable);
when this is pressed the EWA will change sound again based on the 2 digit
number and will wait again for a few instants for an eventual third number,
when this is pressed the display will stop flashing and the selected number
will play. If a number above the maximum of sounds available is selected
(i.e. over No. 499) the sounds heard will not correspond.
CHANGING THE VOLUME OR MUTING THE SECTIONS
• Using the Sections button, select the part of the accordion that you wish to
alter: Treble 1, Treble2, Chords or Bass.
• Press repeatedly the Volume+ or Volume- buttons and you will see the column
of LEDs in the volume section light up or switch off and volume level will briefly
be shown in the display. If you press these buttons at the same time the volume
decreases to zero (mute). Press “+” to increase it again. To alter the overall
volume, push COMBI and then the VOLUME + or VOLUME - buttons
CHANGING THE OCTAVE (PITCH) OF THE SECTIONS
• Using the Sections button, select the part of the accordion that you wish to
alter: Treble 1, Treble2, Chords or Bass.
• Press the Oct.Trsp. button until you reach the desired pitch: when the “Up” led
is lit, the section will play an octave higher; when the “Down“led is lit an octave
lower and when neither led is alight then the section is at normal pitch.
PLEASE NOTE: this function is not available in COMBI mode.
TRANSPOSE IN ALL KEYS
• Press the COMBI button
• Press the Oct.Trsp. button. The display will show “t 0”
• Press any key on the right hand keyboard: all the sections of the EWA will be
transposed in the key of the chosen note. Example: pushing D (2 semitones
above C) the instrument will be tuned a tone higher: the display will show “t 2”:
pushing A (3 semitones below C) the instrument will be tuned a tone and a half
lower: the display will show “t - 3”These values will be indicated momentarily in
the display. To return to the original situation, press the Oct.Trsp. button and
then note C
• When the accordion is switched off the transposition is NOT memorized.
ACTIVATING THE BELLOWS EXPRESSION
Pressing the Bellows button you can decide to have the expression activated on
the left hand only, the right hand only, both sides together or off completely.
When the EWA is switched on the bellows are always active on both sides.
INTERNAL SOUNDS AND MIDI OUT (EXTERNAL EXPANDER)
By pressing the Midi Out button; you can decide to listen to sounds from the internal
sound card or an external expander or both together. On power up the EWA is
ready to play the internal sounds only. To play from an external source, remember
to attach a midi cable from the Midi-Out socket of the EWA to the Midi-In socket of
your expander and then select “Ext” or “Int+Ext”. The EWA transmits: note change,
program change and bellows expression. For characteristics and other functions of
your expander, refer to the manual of that instrument.
COMBINATIONS
EWA can store up to 128 COMBINATIONS of which 32 are pre programmed in our
factory (but these can be altered, deleted and even then recalled). Using
COMBINATIONS is the best way of preparing presets which can be made up of
different sounds from each section each with its own volume. They can then be
recalled easily whilst playing by choosing the appropriate number.
STORING YOUR OWN COMBINATIONS
• Select your sounds as desired for treble1 and 2, chords and bass; the various
volumes and other parameters such as pedals and chin registers
• Press and hold the COMBI button until the display starts to flash
• Select a number from 1 to 128 where you wish to memorize the prepared
combination
• Press the COMBI button again - the display will stop flashing and the
combination is stored. To recall the combination simply select the number –
it can be recalled even after the accordion has been switched off.
List of Parameters that can be memorized in COMBINATIONS
Treble 1: sound, volume, octave
Treble 2: sound, volume, octave
Chord: sound, volume, octave
Bass: sound, volume, octave
Overall volume
Effects (reverb, echo)
Polyphonic or monophonic mode
Orchestral mode
Key Velocity
Bellows sensitivity
Swell pedal functions
Switch pedal (1,2,3) functions
Chin register (1,2) functions
EDIT PARAMETERS
The Edit button allows you to program various parameters. Here following is a list
01 Programming the WIRELESS CHANNELS
There are 8 different channels available.
Press EDIT and then 18 – the display shows the current channel number.
Press EDIT again to exit. To select a different channel:
Press EDIT
Press 17 – the display will start flashing
Press EDIT again
Select the required channel (from 0 to7)
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
02 Programming the MIDI channels
Each section can be assigned a specific midi channel by the user
To assign a midi channel for TREBLE 1 (the default channel is 01)
Press EDIT
Press 1 – the display will start flashing
Press EDIT again
Select the required channel number (from 1 to 16)
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
To assign a midi channel for TREBLE 2 (the default channel is 04)
Press EDIT
Press 2 – the display will start flashing
Press EDIT again
Select the required channel number (from 1 to 16)
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
To assign a midi channel for CHORDS (the default channel is 02)
Press EDIT
Press 3 – the display will start flashing
Press EDIT again
Select the required channel number (from 1 to 16)
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
To assign a midi channel for BASS (the default channel is 03)
Press EDIT
Press 4 – the display will start flashing
Press EDIT again
Select the required channel number (from 1 to 16)
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
03 Programming REVERBERATION/ECHO
Press EDIT
Select 5 for Short Reverb
Select 6 for Medium Reverb
Select 7 for Hall Reverb
Select 8 for Church Reverb
Select 9 for Echo
Select 10 to turn off Reverb
Press EDIT again to exit
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
04 Selecting POLIPHONIC or MONOPHONIC mode for Treble 1
Press EDIT
Select 11 to play Treble 1 sounds in polyphonic mode
Select 12 to play Treble 1 sounds in monophonic mode
Select 13 to play Treble 1 sounds in polyphonic mode with a portamento effect
Press EDIT again to exit
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
05 Programming ORCHESTRAL mode
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 14 to choose BELLOWS LAYER: playing softly on the right, only the sound
of Treble 1 will be heard; pulling hard on the bellows the sound on Treble 2 will
also be heard
•
Select 15 to choose BELLOWS CHANGE: playing softly on the right, only the
sound of Treble 1 will be heard; pulling hard on the bellows only the sound on
Treble 2 will be heard
•
Select 16 to choose LAYER; both the sound on Treble 1 and the sound on
Treble 2 will be heard with their respective volumes
•
Press EDIT again to exit
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
06 Programming the KEY VELOCITY
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 24 so that every note ON plays with a key velocity value of 64
•
Select 25 so that every note ON plays with a key velocity value of 100
•
Press EDIT again to exit
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
07 Programming the BELLOWS RESPONSE
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 30 to play with soft bellows: a small movement of the bellows will
produce a notable variation in volume.
•
Select 31 to play with medium bellows: a greater movement of the bellows
is needed to produce a notable variation in volume.
•
Select 32 to play with hard bellows: a large movement of the bellows is
needed to produce a notable variation in volume.
•
Press EDIT again to exit
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
08 To copy a COMBINATION to another location
•
Press the COMBI button and select the combination you wish to duplicate
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 33
•
Press EDIT again
•
Select the number of the location where you want the Combination
duplicated
•
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
09 Programming the SWELL PEDAL
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 20 – the swell pedal will control the overall volume
•
Select 21 – the swell pedal will control the volume of the treble section
•
Select 22 – the swell pedal will control the pitch bend UP of Treble 1
•
Select 23 – the swell pedal will control the pitch bend DOWN of Treble 1
•
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
10 Programming the functions of SWITCH PEDAL 1
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 35 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the MODULATION of Treble 1
•
Select 36 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the overall SUSTAIN
(HOLD – control change 64)
•
Select 37 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the SUSTAIN (HOLD – cc 64)
of Treble 1 and Treble 2
•
Select 39 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the GLIDE UP of Treble 1
•
Select 40 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the GLIDE DOWN of Treble 1
•
Select 41 – to assign note C1 of midi channel 16 to SWITCH PEDAL 1
•
Select 42 – press edit again, select the number of the desired sound
to assign to parameter 41 Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
11 Programming the functions of SWITCH PEDAL 2
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 50 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the MODULATION of Treble 1
•
Select 51 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the overall SUSTAIN
(HOLD – cc 64)
•
Select 52 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the SUSTAIN (HOLD – cc 64)
of Treble 1 and Treble 2
•
Select 54 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the GLIDE UP of Treble 1
•
Select 55 – the SWITCH PEDAL control the GLIDE DOWN of Treble 1
•
Select 56 – to assign note C1 of midi channel 16 to SWITCH PEDAL 2
•
Select 57 – press edit again, select the number of the desired sound
to assign to parameter 56
•
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
12 Programming the functions of SWITCH PEDAL 3
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 65 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the MODULATION of Treble 1
•
Select 66 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the overall SUSTAIN
(HOLD – cc 64)
•
Select 67 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the SUSTAIN (HOLD – cc 64)
of Treble 1 and Treble 2
•
Select 69 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the GLIDE UP of Treble 1
•
Select 70 – the SWITCH PEDAL will control the GLIDE DOWN of Treble 1
•
Select 71 – to assign note C1 of midi channel 16 to SWITCH PEDAL 3
•
Select 72 – press edit again, select the number of the desired sound
to assign to parameter 71
•
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
(NB: this parameter can be stored in a combination)
13 Activating/deactivating the CHIN REGISTERS
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 26 to activate the chin registers (the default effects are:
chin register 1 - modulation: chin register 2 - note C1 on midi channel 16)
•
Select 27 to deactivate the chin registers
•
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
14 Programming the functions of CHIN REGISTER 1
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 80 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Modulation of Treble 1
•
Select 81 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the overall Sustain (HOLD)
•
Select 82 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Sustain (HOLD) of Treble 1
and Treble 2
•
Select 84 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Glide UP of Treble 1
•
Select 85 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Glide DOWN of Treble 1
•
Select 86 – to assign note C1 of midi channel 16 to chin register 1
•
Select 87 – press edit again, select the number of the desired sound to
assign to parameter 86
•
Select 88 – the CHIN REGISTER will scroll UP through the Combinations one
at a time
•
Select 89 – the CHIN REGISTER will scroll DOWN through the Combinations
one at a time
•
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
NB: if you wish to use chin register 1 to scroll UP or DOWN through a sequence
of combinations, you must first store parameter 88 or 89 in each of those
combinations
15 Programming the functions of CHIN REGISTER 2
•
Press EDIT
•
Select 95 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Modulation of Treble 1
•
Select 96 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the overall Sustain (HOLD)
•
Select 97 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Sustain (HOLD) of Treble 1
and Treble 2
•
Select 99 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Glide UP of Treble 1
•
Select 100 – the CHIN REGISTER will control the Glide DOWN of Treble 1
•
Select 101 – to assign note C1 of midi channel 16 to chin register 2
•
Select 102 – press edit again, select the number of the desired sound to
assign to parameter 101
•
Select 103 – the CHIN REGISTER will scroll UP through the Combinations
one at a time
•
Select 104 – the CHIN REGISTER will scroll DOWN through the Combinations
one at a time
•
Press EDIT again to exit and store the setting
NB: if you wish to use chin register 2 to scroll UP or DOWN through a sequence
of combinations, you must first store parameter 103 or 104 in each of those
combinations
16 MIDI DUMP
Using the special supplied cable connected to an external sequencer, for example
a computer with suitable software; it is possible to save combinations in the form of
an exclusive system code. This can serve as a back-up in case of loss or as a file to
load onto another EWA.
NB: Many sequencers have MIDI THRU active – this will interfere with MIDI OUT. To
avoid problems when reloading combinations into the EWA unplug the midi cable
from the MIDI OUT SOCKET of the EWA.
Saving the COMBINATIONS in Bank 1
•
Press EDIT
•
Start the record function of the attached midi sequencer
•
Select 112
•
Press EDIT again: the EWA will transmit a sequence containing all the
COMBINATIONS numbered from 1 to 32.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
Stop the record function of the attached midi sequencer and save the information
Saving the COMBINATIONS in Bank 2
•
Press EDIT
•
Start the record function of the attached midi sequencer
•
Select 113
•
Press EDIT again: the EWA will transmit a sequence containing all the
COMBINATIONS numbered from 33 to 64.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
Stop the record function of the attached midi sequencer and save the information
Saving the COMBINATIONS in Bank 3
•
Press EDIT
•
Start the record function of the attached midi sequencer
•
Select 114
•
Press EDIT again: the EWA will transmit a sequence containing all the
COMBINATIONS numbered from 65 to 96.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
Stop the record function of the attached midi sequencer and save the information
Saving the COMBINATIONS in Bank 4
•
Press EDIT
•
Start the record function of the attached midi sequencer
•
Select 115
•
Press EDIT again: the EWA will transmit a sequence containing all the
COMBINATIONS numbered from 97 to 128.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
Stop the record function of the attached midi sequencer and save the information
Loading COMBINATIONS into Bank 1
• Press EDIT
• Select 116
• Press EDIT again: the EWA is now ready to receive data and the EDIT led will flash
• Start the play function of the attached midi sequencer for the previously stored
registration containing the exclusive system code for a bank of Combinations.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
EWA will automatically exit from the procedure when finished and the new
Combinations will be stored from 1 to 32.
Loading COMBINATIONS into Bank 2
• Press EDIT
• Select 117
• Press EDIT again: the EWA is now ready to receive data and the EDIT led will flash
• Start the play function of the attached midi sequencer for the previously stored
registration containing the exclusive system code for a bank of Combinations.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
EWA will automatically exit from the procedure when finished and the new
Combinations will be stored from 33 to 64.
Loading COMBINATIONS into Bank 3
• Press EDIT
• Select 118
• Press EDIT again: the EWA is now ready to receive data and the EDIT led will flash
• Start the play function of the attached midi sequencer for the previously stored
registration containing the exclusive system code for a bank of Combinations.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
EWA will automatically exit from the procedure when finished and the new
Combinations will be stored from 65 to 96.
Loading COMBINATIONS into Bank 4
• Press EDIT
• Select 119
• Press EDIT again: the EWA is now ready to receive data and the EDIT led will flash
Start the play function of the attached midi sequencer for the previously stored
registration containing the exclusive system code for a bank of Combinations.
The display will switch off during the process and come on again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
EWA will automatically exit from the procedure when finished and the new
Combinations will be stored from 97 to 128.
17 Restoring the FACTORY(default) COMBINATIONS
• Press EDIT
• Select 126
• Press EDIT again - The display will switch off during the process and come on
again when it is finished
(This procedure will take a few seconds.)
18 SOFTWARE VERSION
• Press EDIT
• Select 127
• Press EDIT again – the actual software version will be shown briefly in the display
COMBINATIONS LIST (Initial Factory Presets)
N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
COMBINATIONS
ITALIAN MASTER
ITALIAN MASTER bellows
PAOLO SOPRANI
PAOLO SOPRANI bellows
CASSOTTO16+16
CASSOTTO16+16 bellows
JAZZ CASSOTTO
JAZZ CASSOTTO + VIBES
SUPER VI
SUPER VI ORCHESTRA
FRENCH MUSETTE
FRENCH MUSETTE + VIBES
PAOLO SOPRANI TREMOLO
TREMOLO NAPOLI
ACCORDION AMERICAN bellows
ACCORDION BASSOON
BANDONEON
BANDONEON ORCHESTRA
HARMONICA
BLUES HARMONICA
GERMAN ACCORDION bellows
SAX SOFT
SAX bellows
TRUMPET
BRASS
SOPRANO SAX
FLUTE bellows
TROMBONE bellows
NYLON GUITAR bellows
JAZZ GUITAR
SOPRANO VOICE
ORCHESTRA
TR1
0
0
9
9
11
11
112
113
6
7
18
18
3
104
108
27
114
114
122
124
110
171
173
55
58
46
158
168
195
198
125
126
TR2
//
1
//
10
//
31
//
//
//
//
//
224
//
//
30
//
//
141
//
//
149
//
49
//
//
//
53
//
30
200
//
//
16
CH
198
198
198
94
198
198
198
198
197
197
198
198
198
198
197
27
43
43
34
133
93
30
135
198
41
31
215
218
197
133
43
43
BS
75
76
75
85
75
76
75
85
75
76
75
75
75
75
75
87
253
253
76
76
82
249
75
75
75
76
75
75
76
75
76
78
notes
SOUND LIST
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
Num Bk-pg
SOUND
0
0-0 Italian Master
1
0-1 Italian Master + Trumpet
2
0-2 Italian Master + Organ
3
0-3 Paolo Soprani 3 voices
4
0-4 Paolo Soprani 3 voices + Orchestra
5
0-5 Paolo Soprani 3 voices + Mandolin
6
0-6 Super VI Master
7
0-7 Super VI Master + Orchestra
8
0-8 Super VI Master + Sax
9
0-9 Paolo Soprani Master
10
0-10 Paolo Soprani Master + Orchestra
11
0-11 SEM 16+16
12
0-12 SEM 16+16 and Jazz Organ
13
0-13 SEM 16+16 and Jazz Flute
14
0-14 Little Accordion Master
15
0-15 Little Accordion Master + Piano Honky
16
0-16 Little Accordion Musette
17
0-17 Little Accordion Musette + Violin
18
0-18 SEM Regal Musette
19
0-19 SEM Regal Musette + Fantasy
20
0-20 SEM Regal Musette + Vibes
21
0-21 Artist VI Bassoon
22
0-22 Artist VI Bassoon + Strings
23
0-23 Artist VI 16+4
24
0-24 Artist VI 16+4 and Choir
25
0-25 Diatonic 8+8
26
0-26 Diatonic 8+8 Recorder
27
0-27 Accordion Bassoon
28
0-28 Accordion Bassoon + Strings
29
0-29 Big Strings Attack
30
0-30 Big Strings Slow
31
0-31 Big Strings Dark
32
0-32 Big Strings 16+8
33
0-33 Soul Voices
34
0-34 Soul Voices Dark
35
0-35 Soul Voices High
36
0-36 Soul Voices Combi
37
0-37 Soul Voices + Strings
38
0-38 Grand Piano 8
39
0-39 Grand Piano 8 dark
40
0-40 Grand Piano 8 Sustain
41
0-41 Grand Piano 16
42
0-42 Grand Piano 16 sustain
43
0-43 Grand Piano + Strings
44
0-44 Grand Piano + Voice
45
0-45 THU Voice
46
0-46 Soprano Sax
47
0-47 Soprano sax + Strings
48
0-48 Soprano Sax + Soft Sax
49
0-49 Sax Growl
50
0-50 Sax Growl + Hammond
51
0-51 Oboe 2
52
0-52 Oboe 2 + Strings
53
0-53 Flute Hard
54
0-54 Recorder
55
0-55 Trumpet Vibrato
56
0-56 Trumpet 16 Vibrato
57
0-57 Trumpet + Soft Sax
58
0-58 Real Brass
59
0-59 Distort Guitar
60
0-60 Bells
61
0-61 Bells + Church
62
0-62 Animals
63
0-63 Effects
64
0-64 Drums 2
65
0-65 Kick + Snare
17
0-66
0-67
0-68
0-69
0-70
0-71
0-72
0-73
0-74
0-75
0-76
0-77
0-78
0-79
0-80
0-81
0-82
0-83
0-84
0-85
0-86
0-87
0-88
0-89
0-90
0-91
0-92
0-93
0-94
0-95
0-96
0-97
0-98
0-99
0-100
0-101
0-102
0-103
0-104
0-105
0-106
0-107
0-108
0-109
0-110
0-111
0-112
0-113
0-114
0-115
0-116
0-117
0-118
0-119
0-120
0-121
0-122
0-123
0-124
0-125
0-126
0-127
1-0
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
Gran Cassa
Kick
Snare
Snare 2
Castanets
Castanets + Guitar + Strings
Accordion Basses
Accordion Basses + Strings
Accordion Basses 16
Electric Bass
Electric Bass Sustain
Electric Bass + Strings
Electric Bass + Oboe
Electric Bass + Violin
Electric Bass + Flute
Electric Bass + Bass Accordion
Electric Bass + Tuba
Electric Bass + Kick
Electric Bass + Crash
Electric Bass + Ride
Accordion Bass 16 + Kick
Accordion Bass 16 + Crash
Accordion Bass 16 + Ride
Accordion Bass + Kick
Accordion Bass + Crash
Accordion Bass + Ride
Electric Bass + Castanets
Tremolo + Tambourine
Master + Tambourine
Old Organ + Tambourine
Jazz Guitar + Tambourine
Guitar + Castanets
Piano + Tambourine
Electric Piano + Tambourine
Master 4° (standard accordion)
Master + Orchestra
Tremolo 3° (standard accordion)
Tremolo + Orchestra
Tremolo Napoli
French Tremolo
French Tremolo + Orchestra
French Tremolo + Organ
American Tremolo
American Tremolo + Orchestra
German accordion 3 reeds
German accordion + clarinet
Jazz Accordion with key noise
Jazz Accordion + vibes
Bandoneon diatonic (key and bellows noise)
Bandoneon chromatic + orchestra
Diatonic italian
Diatonic with group
Pure reed
Pure reed + Choir
Wood Cassotto
Wood Cassotto + Orchestra
Harmonica
Harmonica + Strings
Harmonica Blues
Soprano voice
Soprano + Strings
Soprano + Choir
Church Organ 1
Church Organ 2
Church Organ 3
Church + choir
Church + orchestra
Hammond Jimmy Smith
Hammond organ slow
Hammond organ fast
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
1-19
1-20
1-21
1-22
1-23
1-24
1-25
1-26
1-27
1-28
1-29
1-30
1-31
1-32
1-33
1-34
1-35
1-36
1-37
1-38
1-39
1-40
1-41
1-42
1-43
1-44
1-45
1-46
1-47
1-48
1-49
1-50
1-51
1-52
1-53
1-54
1-55
1-56
1-57
1-58
1-59
1-60
1-61
1-62
1-63
1-64
1-65
1-66
1-67
1-68
1-69
1-70
1-71
1-72
1-73
1-74
1-75
1-76
1-77
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
Hammond organ split (slow/fast)
Theatre Organ
Old Farfisa organ
Old Farfisa slow
Violin
Violin + orchestra
Violoncello
Violoncello + Strings
Strings
Slow string
Strings 16
Strings 16+8
Strings 16+8+4
String + Glockenspiel
Strings pizzicato
Strings + Choir
Strings + snare drum
Strings + timpani
Orchestra 1
Orchestra 2
Clarinet
Clarinet + strings
Flute
Flute + orchestra
Flute + choral
Oboe
Oboe + strings
Trumpet
Trumpet solo
Trumpet + Strings
Flügelhorn
Flügelhorn + Vibes
Trombone
Trombone + Strings
Horns
Sax soft
Sax soft + strings
Sax tenor
Sax octave
Sax liscio
Sax liscio + clarinet
Sax liscio + tremolo
Sax + Trumpet
Sax + Trumpet expressive
Trombone e Trumpet
Split sax + Clarinet
Split sax + Flute
Split sax + Trumpet
Split Trombone + Trumpet
Brass 1
Brass 2
Whistle
Ocarina
Bagpipe
Bagpipes
Scottish 1 (tremolo + bagpipe)
Scottish 2 (tremolo + fiddle)
Scottish 3 (fiddle + ocarina)
Nylon guitar
Nylon guitar sustain
Nylon guitar + Choir
Nylon guitar + Strings
Jazz guitar
Jazz guitar + Flügelhorn
Jazz guitar octave
Jazz guitar octave + Flute
Guitar + Tambourine
Hawaiian guitar
Hawaiian guitar + Strings
Mandolin
18
1-78
1-79
1-80
1-81
1-82
1-83
1-84
1-85
1-86
1-87
1-88
1-89
1-90
1-91
1-92
1-93
1-94
1-95
1-96
1-97
1-98
1-99
1-100
1-101
1-102
1-103
1-104
1-105
1-106
1-107
1-108
1-109
1-110
1-111
1-112
1-113
1-114
1-115
1-116
1-117
1-118
1-119
1-120
1-121
1-122
1-123
1-124
1-125
1-126
1-127
8-0
8-1
8-2
8-3
8-4
8-5
8-6
8-7
8-8
8-9
8-10
8-11
8-12
8-13
8-14
8-15
8-16
8-17
8-18
8-19
Mandolin + Strings
Banjo
Banjo + harmonica
Grand Piano
Grand Piano Classic
Grand Piano sustain
Grand Piano + strings
Piano Octave
Honky Piano
Rhodes
Rhodes + Choir
Rhodes + String
Rhodes chorus+sustain
Piano FM 1
Piano FM 2
Piano FM 3
Piano FM + Digital
Piano FM + Choir
Vibes
Vibes tremolo
Vibes + Strings
Xylophone
Xylophone + Hawaiian
Glockenspiel
Glockenspiel + brightness
FM Tube bells
Céleste
Carillon
Du Choir
Choir
Slow Choir
Big Choir
Choir 8
Vocal
Slow Vocal
Brightness
Synth Strings
Synth Strings Warm
Fantasy
Fantasy + Synth Strings
Fantasy + Vocal
Fantasy + Brightness
Bass 8
Bass 16
Bass 16+8
Bass full
Acoustic bass
Acoustic bass 16 + sustain
Acoustic + ride
Bass + Tambourine
Bass + Hat
Bass + Crash
Bass + Timpani
Electric bass
Electric bass + sustain
Bass + Tuba
Synth bass
Bandoneon diatonic
Bandoneon chromatic
Bandoneon master
Diatonic
Old diatonic master (16+8+8)
Old diatonic bandoneon (16+8)
Old diatonic bassoon (16)
Old diatonic violin (8+8)
Old diatonic flute (8)
Old diatonic mute (8)
SEM (French musette) 8+8+8
SEM (French musette) 8+8 open
SEM (French musette) 8+8 normal
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
8-20
8-21
8-22
8-23
8-24
8-25
8-26
8-27
8-28
8-29
8-30
8-31
8-32
8-33
8-34
8-35
8-36
8-37
8-38
8-39
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
8-40
8-41
8-42
8-43
8-44
8-45
8-46
8-47
8-48
8-49
8-50
8-51
8-52
8-53
8-54
8-55
8-56
8-57
8-58
8-59
8-60
8-61
8-62
8-63
8-64
8-65
8-66
8-67
8-68
8-69
8-70
8-71
8-72
8-73
8-74
8-75
8-76
8-77
8-78
8-79
8-80
8-81
8-82
8-83
8-84
8-85
8-86
8-87
8-88
SEM (French musette) 8
Old French master (16+8+8+8)
Old French accord (16+8+8)
Old French accord cassotto (16+8+8)
Old French bandoneon cassotto (16+8)
Old French bandoneon (16+8)
Old French bassoon cassotto (16)
Old French violin cassotto (8+8)
Old French musette cassotto (8+8+8)
Old French violin (8+8)
Old French clarinet cassotto (8)
Old French flute cassotto (8)
SEM Super Regal master (16+8+8+8)
SEM Super Regal master (16+16+8+8)
SEM Super Regal master (16+8+8)
SEM Super Regal master (16+16+8)
SEM Super Regal bandoneon cassotto (16+8)
SEM Super Regal bandoneon (16+8)
SEM Super Regal double Bassoon (16+16)
SEM Super Regal double Bassoon sordina
(16+16)
SEM Super Regal Bassoon cassotto (16)
SEM Super Regal musette (8+8+8)
SEM Super Regal violin (8+8)
SEM Super Regal american cassotto (8+8)
SEM Super Regal clarinet cassotto (8)
SEM Super Regal flute (8)
Jazz cassotto (16)
Jazz double Bassoon cassotto (16+16)
Italian Accordion master (16+8+8+8+4)
Italian Accordion master (16+8+8+8)
Italian Accordion master (16+8+8+4)
Italian Accordion harmon (16+8+4)
Italian Accordion master (16+8+8)
Italian Accordion bandoneon cassotto(16+8)
Italian Accordion bandoneon (16+8)
Italian Accordion organ (16+4)
Italian Accordion cassotto (16)
Italian Accordion musette (8+8+8)
Italian Accordion violin (8+8)
Italian Accordion american cassotto (8+8)
Italian Accordion clarinet cassotto (8)
Italian Accordion flute (8)
Italian Accordion piccolo (4)
Scottish Accordion master (16+8+8+8)
Scottish Accordion master (16+8+8)
Scottish Accordion bandoneon (16+8)
Scottish Accordion bassoon (16)
Scottish Accordion musette (8+8+8)
Scottish Accordion violin open (8+8)
Scottish Accordion violin (8+8)
Scottish Accordion flute (8)
BAYAN master (16+8+8+4)
BAYAN accord (16+8+8)
BAYAN armon cassotto (16+8+4)
BAYAN armon (16+8+4)
BAYAN organ (16+4)
BAYAN bandoneon cassotto (16+8)
BAYAN bandoneon (16+8)
BAYAN bassoon (16 cassotto)
BAYAN musette (8+8+4)
BAYAN violin (8+8)
BAYAN oboe cassotto (8+4)
BAYAN oboe (8+4)
BAYAN clarinet (8 cassotto)
BAYAN flute (8)
BAYAN piccolo (4)
Converter bass 1 rows (8)
Converter bass 1 rows (4)
Converter bass 2 rows (8+8)
19
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
8-89
8-90
8-91
8-92
8-93
8-94
8-95
8-96
8-97
8-98
8-99
8-100
8-101
8-102
8-103
8-104
8-105
8-106
8-107
8-108
8-109
8-110
8-111
8-112
8-113
8-114
8-115
8-116
8-117
8-118
8-119
8-120
8-121
8-122
8-123
8-124
8-125
8-126
8-127
16-0
16-1
386
387
388
16-2
16-3
16-4
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
16-5
16-6
16-7
16-8
16-9
16-10
16-11
16-12
16-13
16-14
16-15
16-16
16-17
16-18
16-19
16-20
16-21
16-22
16-23
16-24
16-25
16-26
16-27
16-28
Converter bass 2 rows (8+4)
Converter bass 2 rows (8+2)
Converter bass 3 rows (8+8+2)
Standard bass Master 5 rows
Standard bass Master 5 rows dark
Standard bass master 5° da A
Standard bass A (16+8+8ac)
Standard bass master 5° da E
Standard bass E (16+8+8ac)
Standard bass (16+8+8ac+4ac)
Standard bass (16+2ac)
Standard bass (8+8ac+4ac)
Standard bass (8+4ac)
Standard chords (8ac+4ac+2ac)
Standard chords (8ac+4ac)
Standard chords (8ac)
Standard chords (8ac +2ac)
Standard chords (4ac+2ac)
Standard chords (4ac)
Standard chords (2ac)
Bass diatonic
Bandoneon left hand
Helikon Bass
Elkavox83 flute 16
Elkavox83 flute 8
Elkavox83 flute 4
Elkavox83 flute 2
Elkavox83 flute 16+8
Elkavox83 flute 16+4
Elkavox83 flute 16+2
Elkavox83 flute 8+4+2
Elkavox83 flute 16+8+4
Elkavox83 flute 16+4+2
Elkavox83 flute 16+8+4+2
Elkavox83 flute 16+5(1/3)+4+2(2/3)
Elkavox83 flute 16 slow+sustain
Elkavox83 flute 16+8 slow+sustain
Elkavox83 flute 16+2 slow+sustain
Elkavox83 flute 16+4+2 slow+sustain
Elkavox83 flute 16+8+4+2 slow+sustain
Elkavox83 flute 16+5(1/3)+4+2(2/3)
slow+sustain
Elkavox83 flute 8 slow+sustain+vibrato
Elkavox83 flute 16+8 slow+sustain+vibrato
Elkavox83 flute 16+5(1/3)+4+2(2/3)
slw+sus+vib
Elkavox83 flute percussion 5(1/3+4+2(2/3)
Elkavox83 flute percussion 4+2(2/3)
Elkavox83 strings 16
Elkavox83 strings 8
Elkavox83 strings 16 slow+sustain
Elkavox83 strings 8 slow+sustain
Elkavox83 strings 16+8
Elkavox83 trombone
Elkavox83 trombone+strings
Elkavox83 trumpet
Elkavox83 trumpet+strings
Elkavox83 sax
Elkavox83 sax+strings
Elkavox83 oboe
Elkavox83 oboe+strings
Elkavox83 violin
Elkavox83 violin+orchestra
Elkavox83 guitar
Elkavox83 guitar+strings
Elkavox83 brass 1
Elkavox83 brass 1+orchestra
Elkavox83 brass 2
Elkavox83 brass 2+strings
Elkavox83 accordion
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
16-29
16-30
16-31
16-32
16-33
16-34
16-35
16-36
16-37
16-38
16-39
16-40
16-41
16-42
16-43
16-44
16-45
16-46
16-47
16-48
16-49
16-50
16-51
16-52
16-53
16-54
16-55
16-56
16-57
16-58
16-59
16-60
16-61
16-62
16-63
16-64
16-65
16-66
16-67
16-68
16-69
16-70
16-71
16-72
16-73
16-74
16-75
16-76
16-77
16-78
16-79
16-80
16-81
16-82
16-83
16-84
16-85
16-86
16-87
16-88
16-89
16-90
16-91
16-92
16-93
16-94
16-95
16-96
16-97
16-98
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
Elkavox83 accordion+strings
Elkavox83 piano
Elkavox83 piano+strings
Elkavox83 clavichord
Elkavox83 clavichord+orchestra
Elkavox83 mandolin
Elkavox83 mandolin+strings
Elkavox83 combination 1
Elkavox83 combination 2
Elkavox83 combination 3
Elkavox83 combination 4
Elkavox83 combination 5
Elkavox83 + master
Elkavox83 + musette
Elkavox83 + cassotto
Elkavox83 + bandoneon
Elkavox83 + reed (8)
Drawbars 16
Drawbars 5_1/3
Drawbars 8
Drawbars 4
Drawbars 2_2/3
Drawbars 2
Drawbars 1_3/5
Drawbars 1_1/3
Drawbars 1
Drawbars Percussion 4
Drawbars Percussion 5_1/3
Drawbars Percussion 2_2/3
Drawbars Percussion 1_3/5
Drawbars Combi McDuff 1
Drawbars Combi McDuff 2
Drawbars Combi Buckner 1
Drawbars Combi Buckner 2
Drawbars Combi Holmes
Drawbars only percussions
Drawbars Combi 16+8+4+2
Drawbars Combi 16+1
Drawbars Combi 16+5(1/3)+4+2(2/3)
Drawbars Combi 16+5(1/3)
Drawbars Combi 16+5(1/3) vibrato
Drawbars Combi 16+4+2 vibrato e sustain
Drawbars Combi 8+2(2/3)
Drawbars Combi 8+2(2/3) vibrato + sus
Drawbars Combi 16+8 vibrato
Drawbars Combi 8+2(2/3) + vibrato e attack
Drawbars Combi 16+2 vibrato e attack
Drawbars Full
FM 1
FM 2
FM 3
FM 4
FM 5
FM 6
FM 7
FM 8
FM 9
FM 10
Old Synth 1
Old Synth 2
Old Synth 3
Old Synth 4
Old Synth 5
Old Synth 6
Old Synth 7
Old Synth 8
Old Synth 9
Old Synth 10
Combi 1
Combi 2
20
16-99 Combi 3
16-100 Combi 4
16-101 Combi 5
16-102 Combi 6
16-103 Combi 7
16-104 Combi 8
16-105 Combi 9
16-106 Combi 10
16-107 Digital Wind
16-108 Hat
16-109 Ride
16-110 Crash
16-111 Snare roll
16-112 Tambourine
16-113 Timpani
16-114 Drums
16-115 MUTE
INDEX
Characteristics............................................................................................... page
General...........................................................................................................page
Precautions.....................................................................................................page
Fault finder......................................................................................................page
Quick start...................................................................................................... page
Connection diagram.................................................................................... page
2
2
3
3
3
4
Selecting a preset COMBINATION sound................................................... page
Selecting a SOUND........................................................................................page
Changing the VOLUME or switching off the sections................................page
Changing the pitch (OCTAVE) of the sections..........................................page
TRANSPOSE in all keys....................................................................................page
Activating the BELLOWS expression............................................................ page
MIDI-OUT, internal sounds or external expander....................................... page
Storing your own COMBINATIONS............................................................... page
Programming functions (EDIT)......................................................................page
Changing Wireless CHANNELS..................................................................... page
Changing MIDI CHANNELS...........................................................................page
Programming Effects.....................................................................................page
Programming Poly or Mono mode..............................................................page
Programming Orchestral mode.................................................................. page
Programming KEY VELOCITY........................................................................ page
Programming BELLOWS response................................................................page
Copying a Combination to another location........................................... page
Programming the Swell Pedal......................................................................page
Programming the Switch pedals................................................................. page
Programming the Chin Registers................................................................. page
MIDI DUMP......................................................................................................page
Resetting the factory COMBINATIONS........................................................page
Software version............................................................................................ page
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
11
12
13
15
15
COMBINATIONS list........................................................................................ page 16
Sound list of EWA........................................................................................... page 17
Index............................................................................................................... page 21