Playing aids have always reflected the
music of the period. Many organs have no playing aids, some are
fitted with primative fix combination pedals, and others have
a modern instantly changeable combination system. The use of playing aids can add another dimension
to the music, providing the organist with a palette loaded with
musical colours and textures.
Today, modern technology makes almost
anything possible. So was born the piston stepper and sequencer.
The piston stepper is a simple aid that
allows advancement through the general pistons using NEXT and
PREVIOUS pistons. The NEXT piston automatically advances the
registration to the next general piston setting. The PREVIOUS
piston allows movement backwards through the general pistons.
The stepper display provides a visual indication of the exact
position and displays the level and general piston number.