Although the original San Bernardino tab layout spec calls for eleven pedal stops (including a black acc-to-pedal coupler that we are shifting to the straight rail beneath (where the other black coupler tabs for acc and solo manuals reside), we really DO need ten pedal tabs, and now we have them, by shifting the accompaniment tabs over a space within the horseshoe curve. Slowly we are making progress, but we're not there yet.
Ignore nomenclature of the tabs themselves. A complete set of tabs will be ordered from Arndt engraving to replace these and will be inserted to match the San Bernardino console once switches are wired and working (and actual stop list has been determined). †marks locations of nibbled spaces at the end of the horseshoe and between the previous pedal and accompaniment divisions.
MidiBox DIY kit
Even first-time beginners can create personalized applications with custom Do-It-Yourself kits and share questions and ideas with a tremendous network of others in a chatlist (at www.ucapps.de), to create, solder and assemble components onto PC boards ... and install in the organ console to replace previously removed electronics. Wires coming from stoptab switches on this Wurli replica are attached to these boards assembled from kits to convert on/off signals to MIDI signals to send to MidiTzer software.
Interested in PCBs in kit form ready to solder and assemble as Do-It-Yourself project? <= Click on this button for information
Want to play the sounds of a theatre pipe organ on your MIDI keyboard? <= Click on this button for information for your own free download
Do you experience lag, latency or delay when you download and run the MidiTzer on your computer? Do you want more discrete outputs--not just stereo output? <= Click here for a tutorial of the solution with joystick ports on multiple Soundblaster cards.
<= Click on this button for information about my virtual MidiTzer / Baldwin / SoundCanvas project (This ain't it, heh! - this one is the West Point Cadet Chapel console)