Orla KX-400 is a combination of a keyboard and an organ. The operation is similar to that of an organ, but with the compactness of a keyboard. with added advantage of drawbars for an authentic organs sound.
61 full size keys – all working
· Master volume and pitch bend controls all keyboard – working
· Each section has its own independent volume control.
· Rhythm orchestration section with 30 rhythms and auto-accompaniment – working
· Bass section with 7 voices (splits keyboard) – working
· Monophonic Solo section with 10 voices
· 2 polyphonic sections – Poly two has 16 out of 16 voices working (piano, e-piano, guitar, j-guitar, vibes, mute trumpet, sax synth brass, horns,) sounds selected by pressing one button or two adjacent buttons simultaneously. Chorus and sustain on that section work touch sensitivity can be switched in and out.
Overall Reverb and Delay (working) with level control
1 drawbar organ section with 9 raised drawbar-type sliders, 7 presets, sustain, 5 1/3’, 4’ and 2 2/3’ percussion, key click (loud), nice slow chorus and very wobbly fast tremolo Leslie simulations
Conductor for switching in and out the various sections one at a time or together.
7 overall presets
midi in/out through access individual drum and keyboard sounds as well as synchronise)
Sustain and volume pedal sockets
Built in speakers - don't know the power but they are pretty loud and if the line in sockets work you could have a decent practice amp to route your guitar effects or second keyboard through (of course the headphone socket cuts them out)
or customise it to work your way
Song record section
104cm x 37cm x 15cm approx
Weight 13.5kg approx