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- n. The sound produced by a keypress.
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This aspect of the B3's design causes irregular scratching noises (commonly referred to as keyclick), when striking and releasing keys.
Windows Alt-Tab combo, so I can switch between apps with a keyclick.
· Adjustable keyclick volume directly from the keyboard.
The ActiveVideo client enables viewer navigation of onscreen MPEG content via remote-control keyclicks; each keyclick is sent upstream to server-based processors that modify the stream in real time.
It can also be useful for enhancing the keyclick sound, and emphasizing harmonics in the various models.
* 9 drawbars per manual and 6 drawbars for the pedals, adjustable keyclick and flexible percussion.