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I connected by Casio WK-3500 to my Sony VIAO laptop computer via M-Audio MIDIsport UNO USB interface. The computer recognizes the keyboard and all but when I try to use it with Reason 4.0 the actual key only manipulate the pitchbend. I did all of the trouble-shooting with tech support from Propellerhead but they determined the problem lied with in the controller(keyboard). They were saying that maybe the keys needed to be mapped or the keyboard need to be reset. I've reset the keyboard already??????????

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