Organ Spec for Uniflex configuration table
I’ve attached a couple of documents, one is an example of a spec I can work from as long as the rest of the information asked for in the other requirements document is provided. I prefer a spreadsheet, but a Word doc is fine too.
Don’t limit yourself to just what I’ve asked for; if there’s something you think is unusual and I haven’t asked for it, include it along with a little explanation of what it is.
For example, the spec I’ve attached turns out to have a double complement of traps. Most of the traps are duplicated between enclosed and unenclosed, but there are also about a half-dozen that exist in one place or the other. The client has a single stop which selects whether you get the enclosed or unenclosed set. For those that aren’t duplicated, you get “it is what it is.” He didn’t enumerate which was which on this spec, so I asked him for a listing which he provided. If I hadn’t caught that, I wouldn’t have provided enough units and controls to do what he needs to do, and we’d have faced a good bit of additional work to reconfigure.
UNIFLEX DEFINITION FILE REQUIREMENTS
3-21 Wurlitzer Specification
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