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Transpose feature on the Roland RD-600 digital piano

1. I understand that you can transpose a song written in the key of C to any other key by depressing the ''transpose'' button on the piano, and then depressing the key to which you want the song to be transposed. However, if a song is written in a key other than the key of C and it needs to be transposed to another key (i.e., key of A to the key of G), is there a way to use the transpose feature to do this?

2. Is there a way I can download an operating manual for this keyboard?

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If you want to play in C and carry the sound of Bb,
1. From C, count down two half-steps to Bb
2. Press and hold the Transpose button and press the key on the keyboard that displays through the window, "-2"
3. To turn off the transpose feature, just press the Transpose button again.

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