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The little red metronome tab has fallen off my Optigan® disc. What should I do to make sure I stay on the beat?
The best way to replace those red tabs is to simply buy a red permanent Sharpie pen and color over the appropriate metronome window. It works fine, and shouldn’t rub off. If you desire maximum redness
Attached to each amplifier is a little trimpot for adjusting the chord/keyboard volumes. On most Optigans, these trimpots can be accessed by the little holes on the back of the unit. If you still can’
Basically, you’re going to have to face the fact that the Optigan® is inherently a very buzzy, noisy machine. Unless you want to completely replace the grounding and amplification system, your only ho
Probably not. Mattel patented a better drive system for the Optigan®, but you’d have to build the thing up from scratch in order to implement it. It’s based on a belt driven, electronically controlled
Yes and no. From a musical standpoint, they’re very VERY wrong! But nothing is actually wrong with your Optigan. In order to fit enough stuff onto the discs, they had to cut corners a bit. There wasn’
Chances are, there’s a small divot cut into your idler wheel. As the wheel goes around, it makes a knocking noise every time the divot hits the drive shaft. This is fairly easy to fix. If you remove t
When I play the top most key on my Optigan®, I hear one of the chord tracks bleeding through. What’s wrong?
Crosstalk! Learn to live with it! If you don’t have the test discs, the easiest way to hear the crosstalk is by pressing the top most key on the keyboard. Crosstalk changes with the weather, basically
Often this problem can be cleared up by pressing the keys quickly and repeatedly. If this doesn’t work, you might try getting inside the thing and cleaning any gunk that may have gotten in between the