Bits, Bytes, And Buffers

Memory Buffers 

Unless otherwise noted, buffers and bytes are cleared on every pass and need to be repopulated to be used.  If a buffer or byte is listed as (preserved) it’s contents are kept from one pass to the next and must be cleared manually if desired.  Use great caution by putting data in a buffer where it doesn’t belong.  Certain functions can affect these buffers (combination action affects TI buffers, transposer can affect keying buffers, etc.).

The following are valid names of existing keying buffers:

Swell
Great
Solo
Choir
Pedals
Pedals2
Great2
Bombrd

In a theater organ, the Acc keys are stored in the Swell buffer and the Acc2 are stored in the choir buffer.

The following are valid names of existing memory buffers:

TI1
TI2
TI3
TI4
TI5
TI6
Expr
Pistons
Pistons_1
Cresc_in
Drawer
Dwr_State (preserved)
Indic
Temp_wrk
Temp_w1 (preserved)
Temp_w2 (preserved)
Temp_w3
Temp_w4

Other Byte Names 

 

Midi_1_vol (preserved )
Midi_2_vol   (preserved )
Midi_3_vol   (preserved )
Midi_4_vol   (preserved )
Midi_5_vol   (preserved )
Midi_6_vol   (preserved )
Midi_7_vol   (preserved )
Midi_8_vol   (preserved )
Midi_9_vol   (preserved )
Midi_10_vol  (preserved )
Midi_11_vol   (preserved )
Midi_12_vol   (preserved )
Midi_13_vol   (preserved )
Midi_14_vol   (preserved )
Midi_15_vol   (preserved )
Midi_16_vol   (preserved )
saved_swell  (preserved )
saved_choir  (preserved )
saved_antiphonal  (preserved )
saved_solo  (preserved )
saved_misc  (preserved )