Pedalboard

Pedalboard may refer to:

  • Pedal keyboard, a set of pedals analogous to a manual keyboard
  • Guitar pedalboard, a container for guitar effects pedals

Other articles related to "pedalboard, pedalboards":

Pedal Keyboard - In Non-Classical Music - MIDI and Synthesizer Pedalboards
... In the 1990s, standalone electronic MIDI controller pedalboards became widely available ... Unlike the Moog Taurus pedalboards, MIDI pedalboards do not produce any tones by themselves they must be connected to a MIDI-compatible electronic keyboard or MIDI sequencer to produce musical ... In jazz organ trios, a keyboardist using this type of pedalboard will usually connect it to a MIDI-compatible electronic Hammond organ-style keyboard ...
Pedal Keyboard - In Non-Classical Music - Rock and Fusion
... Genesis, Atomic Rooster and Rush used standalone Moog Taurus bass pedalboards ... The Police, Muse, U2) and fusion bands have used bass pedalboards to produce sounds in the bass range ... Standalone pedalboards usually have a 13-note range and short pedals, which limits the types of basslines which can be performed to fairly simple passages ...
Pedal Keyboard - Design - Controls
... a "kickboard" or "kneeboard" is installed above the pedalboard, between the pedals and the lowest manual keyboard ... In some organs, a "pedalboard check" mechanism is used as a safety catch, to shut off the pedalboard keys when it is engaged ... The mechanism prevents the pedalboard notes from being accidentally sounded during a part of a performance which is only written for the upper manuals ...
Pipe Organ - Construction - Console - Keyboards
... The keyboard played by the feet is a pedalboard ... Every organ has at least one manual (most have two or more), and most have a pedalboard ... sixty-one notes (five octaves, from C to c″″) and a pedalboard with thirty or thirty-two notes (two and a half octaves, from C to f′ or g′) ...