This is simple. There are 10 pistons. What you call the sequencer is 100 memory banks of 10.
When you set registrations for 10 pistons in memory 1-10, and then advance to the next 10
(11-20) or the next decade bank, the first bank 1-10 is overwritten. So maybe in fact the other
99 memory banks of 10 don't exist, or there is an error in the odf. You have to check if the combinations remain intact. Your testing is faulty. This is supposed to be an exact copy of the floating panel which does work. But this built-in version does not. The ABC memory banks do work exactly as I describe, but there are only 10. The same piston and memory bank arrangement that works on the extended AGO version of Burea church. THE MEMORY BANKS NEED TO WORK.
The overall gain adjustment, at least on my equipment, has to be set at -75, because with 70% of the organ playing, the summing buss or overall gain indicator will overload and the sound will distort.
You will notice that the voicing for most of the stops has been increased, while the overall gain has been
decreased. It seems to act like a water pipe. The larger the pipe, the more combined sound can pass. OMNI is a very large VPO, and it has just worked out this way. If you can figure another way to lower distortion, it would be nice.
The enclosures work just fine, but I would rather have a thermometer type like Graham's Barton organ.
This organ requires a principal 32', so someone should gain the permission to use, or find or make a substitution.