Wersi OAX 1 Keyboard

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The keyboard highlight features are:

  • 13.3 TFT Multi-Gesture Touch Display
  • A 76 note luxury keyboard from Fatar (TP8)
  • 9 Real Drawbars for the upper and 7 Real Drawbars for the lower
  • Featuring, the OX7 2 and the WERSI VB3
  • Realdrums, Digital Drum Kits
  • The new Sonic / OAX Sound Library
  • One Touch Settings
  • Easy Play functions
  • Digital Record
  • Massive VST Host – newly designed for OAX 1.30 software
  • Midi Sequencer
  • Style Editor with Realdrum / Audio Style Creator
  • Sheet Music On Display with 400 titles and ability to import your own sheet music
  • Professional Studio Effects
  • 6 SFX Buttons
  • Weight: 24kg
  • Internal Speakers included (two tweeters and two mid / bass speakers built into the cabinet)
  • An optional 13 or 17 note pedal board can be connected to the OAX-1 keyboard
  • A WERSI volume / expression pedal with programmable switches can be connected to the OAX-1 keyboard
  • Available in Pearl White or Metallic Black

12 thoughts on “Wersi OAX 1 Keyboard

  • 02/12/2019 at 18:08
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    I just received a message from Wersi about the lower keyboard. They said that the keyboard was not made properly 2 years ago and they thought they had replaced all their defective stock.

    Jerry

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    • 02/13/2019 at 06:25
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      Lucky You šŸ™‚ Safe to assume the unit you have is going to be replaced?

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  • 02/06/2019 at 02:43
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    Hi, can you tell me please, I have a O A X 1 does it have the paramount theatre organ on board ? I also have onApple the Parmount 4/50 and Salisbury plus the 3/10
    Regards Byron.

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    • 02/06/2019 at 18:45
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      Hey Byron,

      You would need to install Hauptwerk on the OAX-1 first. Once that is done you can install various pipe organs. Look here ā€”> http://wersiclubusa.com/pics-n-vids/ at video#25 (I think) to get an idea of how that works.

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      • 02/09/2019 at 14:22
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        Hi Curt first. I thank you and your team with these so very helpfull videos
        I have the Apple working on the Upper the Lower and pedals. Iā€™m using a separate piston bar to operate the registrations .
        The Wersi O A X 1 is fantastic Iā€™m getting into it now having played Scala for 19 years.
        Thank you ,
        Regards
        Byron.

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        • 02/10/2019 at 12:58
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          Byron – Glad we were able to help. As time permits record a few bars of something so we can share with everyone else. šŸ™‚

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        • 02/10/2019 at 22:39
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          Byron,
          You have a OAX1 correct? From your comments it looks like you have the lower manual also. I just purchased the lower manual for my OAX1. On mine the edge of the speakers are sitting on top of the keys of the lower manual therefore it will not sit on top of the lower manual properly. I have to put a wedge on each side to hold the OAX1 up about 1 inch above the lower manual. Do you have this issue?

          Jerry

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          • 02/11/2019 at 12:49
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            Hi Jerry good to hear from you.
            Yes had the same problem and I thought it was me> pleased Iā€™m not on my own.
            I thought about a wedge ,but have pulled the top back a little.
            Thanks for getting in touch.
            Where about are you ?
            Regards
            Byron .

          • 02/11/2019 at 16:50
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            John,

            It will not sit like the picture shows. The speakers are pressing on the back of the lower keys.

            Byron,

            I’m located in Athens GA. I have sent Uli a message about this. I can not believe they do not know about this. I have put some wedges on the sides to raise it up however this will not work when I start going out to play.

            Jerry

  • 12/08/2016 at 07:30
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    Nice to see a new keyboard from Wersi, but the price is out of range and more than I could afford. I spent over $3,200 on my new Wersi Pegasus Wing keyboard as the new OAX-1 cost range about $10,000. I am more than satisfied with my Pegasus Wing Professional, giving me what I need to play on stage with bands. The piano sounds on these new instrument has improved so much, as now there is no need to bring along an additional digital piano. I have been complimented on the drawbars, being so close to tone wheel sound as the Pegasus Wing is the best choice and maybe more affordable from Wersi.

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