The ES4 takes a little time to set up as you want it and once you achieve it then you can register the setting for all time.
Hello swingal and ES-4 owners,
I am also interested in the ES-4 and already downloaded its manual. I am not clear about one thing concerning these "Registration" (=saving up to 7 settings), and I would be glad if you or someone else amongst those ES-4 users could clarify this:
The ES-4 manual says:
A Registration is a setup that remembers
most[/b] of the panel settings,
such as[/b] sound selections and
effect settings, so that you can recall them at the touch of a button. Seven Registrations can be
memorized and saved.
Now, having read this, I am wondering which settings are really saved in such a registration, and which are not(?!?):
Are also the other, not-so-easily-accessible settings (function mode) saved in the registration, namely
- Damper Effect
- String Resonance
- Lower Octave Shift?
And is the Touch response saved as well?
Or are only Sounds selections, Dual/Split settings, Effects, Reverb and EQ settings saved in the Registration?
For me it is important that really *all* settings that affect the sound are saved in such Registration.
Sorry if this is a stupid or paranoid question and if the answer is an evident "of course all of this is saved", but I would like to make sure that there is really nothing missing, since it would not be the first time that a high tech device contains some design bugs (just remember e.g. the "polyphony bug" of the ES-4 itself, as it was discussed about 1 year ago in various forums!).
Thanks a lot!