Thanks, Drawbi. Your English is good. I understand what you are describing, but I have usually used presets with saving tabs "off" when I was using a different controller and sending program changes for presets. I hardly use presets except switching between A and B drawbar sets. Also, the Legend Live doesn't transmit program change information.
The Legend Live has 4 sets of drawbars, just like a B3. The issue I am having is that percussion works on both sets of drawbars, rather than just the "B" preset (LED buttons to select A and B drawbar sets). It also is active on the presets 1 and 2 (also LED button). I am wondering if there is a way to get everything except for the "B" preset on the upper manual to have percussion disabled, just like on a B3 with latching presets. That's how I am accustomed to playing, and I usually don't want percussion when I am switching to an upper manual comping sound, squabbling, or full drawbars. It significantly slows me down if I have to turn the percussion off, which is on the far right side of the keyboard, and then select the preset on the far left. If I want to switch back to soloing with percussion, I have to repeat the process.
Is this impossible on keyboard such as mine? Do people with the Nord CD2/ other clonewheels with 4 sets of drawbars but without latching preset keys have the same problem?
PS I am truly enjoying 4.22 and the wonderful chorus! I think it's the best on the market. I am tempted to try 4.25 but was hesitant because of reported issues in these forums. I will wait until after a gig Saturday. Also, I am using the Mini Vent II, which I received today, which is lovely!