Key Rebound

If it is desired to place the pressure point and contact threshold as near as possible to the start of the key stroke, we recommend the key rebound that we have developed specially for that purpose. Each key oscillates at the upper limit stop when it spontaneously returns to the rest position. This results in falling below the contact threshold one or more times which, in turn, causes unwanted repetitions of the note. Unfortunately, this physical law cannot be negated. In the case of the UHT key rebound, renewed activation is suppressed for the duration of the rebound. This period of time can be set on a regulator. If an excessively long time is selected, the maximum key repetition frequency is reduced. This is usually very high on UHT keyboards. The organist should find his or her own compromise here.