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I've started up Elektrik Piano 1.5, i've connected the usb'keyboard. Turned it on in Elektrik piano midi controller menu as input device. When i click on the tangents in elektrik piano with my mouse there movement in elektrik piano and sound, when use the tangents on my keboard it hows movement in elektrik piano, but there is no sound.. Anybody know why?

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u are connecting the digital
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